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Definition of "cramping" [cramping]

  • Present participle of cramp. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "cramping" in a sentence
  • "My hand is cramping from the thought of that alone."
  • "At first the plan backfired -- with Richard Gephardt, Al Gore, and Michael Dukakis dividing the white vote, the surprise beneficiary of the first Super Tuesday was Jesse Jackson -- but it did succeed in cramping the hopes of Carter-style insurgents by denying them time to capitalize on early successes in the small states."
  • "'' The cramping was a bit of an issue and I got a slow leak on the bike for the last 60km so"