Synonyms for cranny
Antonyms for cranny
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CRANNY
Her officers knew every nook and cranny of the coast along their beat.
Taking the lantern, I examined every nook and cranny of the cell for some other exit.
Their old hut was like a rabbit-pen: there was a tow-head to every crack and cranny.
There was no cranny in the rocks too small for them to reconnoiter with caution.
If only there were a cranny of light somewhere in the dead place!
He went about the distance of a gun-shot and saw a light in a cranny.
The sunlight streamed into every nook and cranny of the room where they sat at breakfast.
Rays from the bull's-eyes were thrown into every nook and cranny.
They burst into every forbidden nook and cranny of the house.
They looked in every cranny and corner of the house upstairs and then down.
mid-15c., possibly from a diminutive of Middle French cran "notch, fissure" (14c.), from crener "to notch, split," from Medieval Latin crenare, possibly from Latin cernere "to separate, sift" (see crisis). But OED casts doubt on this derivation.