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Definition of "craunching" []

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

Use "craunching" in a sentence
  • "And then there was growling and craunching, I reckon."
  • "After a time it seemed to me that we were descending from the plateau; craunching gradually down a flank until, in a mile or so, we were again upon the level, cutting through another basin formed by the dried bed of an ancient lake whose waters had evaporated into deposits of salt and soda."
  • "A single push of 300 or 400 pounds would scarcely have moved the stub, but these little fifty-pound pushes at just the right time made it give more and more, and after three or four minutes the roots, that had begun to crack, gave way with a craunching sound, and down crashed the great stub."
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