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Definition of "krang" []

  • A dead whale from which the blubber has been removed (noun)
  • The carcass of a whale after the blubber has been removed. (noun)

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Use "krang" in a sentence
  • "The krang is the refuse, as I have said, and the men who separate the oily part from it are called "krangers.""
  • "The Mollies do not evince an amiable disposition towards each other; and as the "krang" (such is the name given to the refuse parts of the whale) is cut off, they were to be seen sitting on the water by thousands tearing at the floating pieces, and when one morsel seemed more tempting than another, driving their weaker brethren away from it, and fighting over it as if the sea was not covered with other bits equally good."
  • "Beebop, Rocksteady, The white "fly" version of baxter, April as a reporter, technodrome, and krang need to be wiped from the public memory as having anything to do with TMNT."
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