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Definition of "craunch" []

  • To crush with the teeth; to chew with violence and noise; to crunch. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "craunch" in a sentence
  • "One day, a few weeks later, I stopped before a store window in a crowd to examine some pictures, satisfied my curiosity, and in stepping back to go away, put the heel of my number ten on a lady's foot with that peculiar "craunch" that you know hurts."
  • "Said the whelp, ‘Wait awhile, O camel, till thou see how I will tear him, and give thee to eat of his flesh, whilst I craunch his bones and drink his blood.’"
  • "Seeing him draw nigh, burying his broad wheels in the oppressed soil — I, the prostrate votary — felt beforehand the annihilating craunch."