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Craving

ˈkreɪ.vɪŋ

Meanings of Craving:

noun

A powerful desire for something.

Usage examples:

A craving for chocolate
verb

Feel a powerful desire for (something).

Usage examples:

If only she had shown her daughter the love she craved

Cravings

ˈkreɪvɪŋ

Meanings of Cravings:

noun

A powerful desire for something.

Usage examples:

A craving for chocolate

Craw

krɔː

Meanings of Craw:

noun

The crop of a bird or insect.

Usage examples:

Life, when it landed here, arrived only through powerful stamina or spectacular accident: a fern's …

Crawdad

ˈkrɔː.dæd

Meanings of Crawdad:

noun

A freshwater crayfish.

Usage examples:

Whether you know them as mudbugs, ditch bugs, river lobsters, crawlybottoms, crawdads, or crawfish,…

Crawdads

ˈkrɔːdad

Meanings of Crawdads:

noun

A freshwater crayfish.

Usage examples:

Whether you know them as mudbugs, ditch bugs, river lobsters, crawlybottoms, crawdads, or crawfish,…

Crawfish

ˈkrɔː.fɪʃ

Meanings of Crawfish:

verb

Another term for spiny lobster.

noun

A small animal similar to a lobster, that lives in rivers and streams, or its flesh eaten as food

Crawfished

ˈkrɔːfɪʃ

Meanings of Crawfished:

verb

Retreat from a position.

Usage examples:

Three networks, intimidated by the public outcry, had begun to crawfish

Crawfishes

ˈkrɔːfɪʃ

Meanings of Crawfishes:

verb

Another term for spiny lobster.

Crawfishing

ˈkrɔːfɪʃ

Meanings of Crawfishing:

verb

Retreat from a position.

Usage examples:

Three networks, intimidated by the public outcry, had begun to crawfish

Meanings of Crawl:

verb

Move forward on the hands and knees or by dragging the body close to the ground.

Usage examples:

They crawled from under the table
noun

An act of moving on one's hands and knees or dragging one's body along the ground.

Usage examples:

They began the crawl back to their own lines

Crawl-to

krɔːl

Meanings of Crawl-to:

verb

To move slowly with the body stretched out along the ground or (of a human) on hands and knees

Usage examples:

A caterpillar crawling in the grass, the child crawled across the floor., fig. the train crawled sl…

Crawled

krɔːl

Meanings of Crawled:

verb

Move forward on the hands and knees or by dragging the body close to the ground.

Usage examples:

They crawled from under the table
noun

An act of moving on one's hands and knees or dragging one's body along the ground.

Usage examples:

They began the crawl back to their own lines

Crawler

ˈkrɔːlə

Meanings of Crawler:

noun

A thing that crawls or moves at a slow pace, especially an insect.

Usage examples:

The light bulb was a magnet for moths and many-legged crawlers

Meanings of Crawlers:

noun

A thing that crawls or moves at a slow pace, especially an insect.

Usage examples:

The light bulb was a magnet for moths and many-legged crawlers

Meanings of Crawling:

verb

Move forward on the hands and knees or by dragging the body close to the ground.

Usage examples:

They crawled from under the table
noun

An act of moving on one's hands and knees or dragging one's body along the ground.

Usage examples:

They began the crawl back to their own lines

Crawls

krɔːl

Meanings of Crawls:

verb

Move forward on the hands and knees or by dragging the body close to the ground.

Usage examples:

They crawled from under the table
noun

An act of moving on one's hands and knees or dragging one's body along the ground.

Usage examples:

They began the crawl back to their own lines

Meanings of Crawlspace:

noun

An area of limited height under a floor or roof, giving access to wiring and plumbing.

Crawly

ˈkrɔː.li

Meanings of Crawly:

adjective

(of an insect or other small creature) crawling in a way that causes an unpleasant feeling of unease.

Usage examples:

I am scared of crawly, wriggly things

Craws

krɔː

Meanings of Craws:

noun

The crop of a bird or insect.

Usage examples:

Life, when it landed here, arrived only through powerful stamina or spectacular accident: a fern's …

Cray

kreɪ

Meanings of Cray:

noun

A crayfish.

Usage examples:

Small european crayfish and larger signal crays form a large part of a carp's diet.
adjective

Crazy.

Usage examples:

I have a feeling this is gonna get cray

Meanings of Crayfish:

noun

A nocturnal freshwater crustacean that resembles a small lobster and inhabits streams and rivers.

Usage examples:

Land crabs, river crayfish, opossum, agouti, and fish are caught where available.

Meanings of Crayfishes:

noun

A nocturnal freshwater crustacean that resembles a small lobster and inhabits streams and rivers.

Usage examples:

Land crabs, river crayfish, opossum, agouti, and fish are caught where available.

Plural of crayfish

Meanings of Crayfishing:

noun

The commercial or recreational catching of crayfish.

Usage examples:

They combine running tourist trips with crayfishing

Meanings of Crayon:

noun

A pencil or stick of coloured chalk or wax, used for drawing.

Usage examples:

A red crayon
verb

Draw with a crayon or crayons.

Usage examples:

Will crayoned a picture on a legal pad

Crayoned

ˈkreɪ.ɒn

Meanings of Crayoned:

verb

Draw with a crayon or crayons.

Usage examples:

Will crayoned a picture on a legal pad
noun

A pencil or stick of coloured chalk or wax, used for drawing.

Usage examples:

A red crayon

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