Examples of cranny in a Sentence
We saw strange, colorful creatures in the crannies of the reef while scuba diving.
We explored every cranny of the old castle.
Recent Examples of cranny from the Web
Time is the best friend of those who protect every crooked nook and cranny of today’s convoluted tax system.
The glowing candlelight and leafy plants tucked in every nook and cranny make for a particularly calming escape from the hectic St. Mark’s Place.
Covering more than 17,000 square feet of mountain and 40 feet deep in the crannies, the carving is reportedly the largest flat relief sculpture in the world.
And in mid-November, the Portrait Gallery will reveal 27 of its new acquisitions, to breathe fresh life into the nooks and crannies of the American experience.
New services and devices have penetrated every nook and cranny of life, sucking up more and more time (see chart 1).
Then, if your machine has a self-cleaning cycle, run it to make sure every nook and cranny is touched.
Trippy Turtle returns in full force with a five-track EP that explores all kinds of weird musical nooks and crannies.
Whatever it was infiltrated every nook and cranny of the dough, hugging the low-moisture and fresh mozzarella above.
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Origin and Etymology of cranny
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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