Name Report For First Name CRANSTON:

CRANSTON

First name CRANSTON's origin is Other. CRANSTON means "from the crane estate". You can find other first names and English words that rhymes with CRANSTON below. Ryhme list involves the matching sounds according to the first letters, last letters and first&last letters of cranston.(Brown names are of the same origin (Other) with CRANSTON and Red names are first names with English/Anglo-Saxon origin)

Rhymes with CRANSTON - Names & Words

First Names Rhyming CRANSTON

FIRST NAMES WHICH INCLUDES CRANSTON AS A WHOLE:

 

NAMES RHYMING WITH CRANSTON (According to last letters):

Rhyming Names According to Last 7 Letters (ranston) - Names That Ends with ranston:

Rhyming Names According to Last 6 Letters (anston) - Names That Ends with anston:

lanston

Rhyming Names According to Last 5 Letters (nston) - Names That Ends with nston:

johnston wynston winston

Rhyming Names According to Last 4 Letters (ston) - Names That Ends with ston:

alston preston ralston weston agoston aetheston aiston athelston bryston charleston criston deston duston easton elliston elston eston houston hughston kingston langston marston poston triston gaston thurston cheston dalston livingston riston rosston

Rhyming Names According to Last 3 Letters (ton) - Names That Ends with ton:

afton cihuaton antton txanton alton benton burton carelton fenton hamilton kenton remington rexton sexton stanton anton biton euryton triton ashton kerrington stayton wryeton beaton boynton branton braxton brayton bretton brighton britton bryceton buinton carleton carlton charlton chayton clayton clifton clinton clyffton crayton creighton crofton danton daxton dayton delton everton fulaton garton hampton harrington helton hsmilton huntington keaton knoton kolton layton lifton litton macnaughton nachton naughton

NAMES RHYMING WITH CRANSTON (According to first letters):

Rhyming Names According to First 7 Letters (cransto) - Names That Begins with cransto:

Rhyming Names According to First 6 Letters (cranst) - Names That Begins with cranst:

cranstun

Rhyming Names According to First 5 Letters (crans) - Names That Begins with crans:

Rhyming Names According to First 4 Letters (cran) - Names That Begins with cran:

crandall crandell cranleah cranley cranly crannog

Rhyming Names According to First 3 Letters (cra) - Names That Begins with cra:

cradawg craig craita crawford

Rhyming Names According to First 2 Letters (cr) - Names That Begins with cr:

creag creed creedon creiddyladl creissant creketun creon crescent crespin cretien creusa crevan crichton crimson crina criostoir cris crisann crisanna crisdean crispin crispina crissa crissie crissinda crissy crista cristen cristian cristiano cristie cristin cristina cristine cristinel cristobal cristofer cristofor cristoforo cristos cristoval cristy cristyn crocale croften crogher crohoore crom crombwiella crompton cromwell cronan cronus crosleah crosleigh crosley crosly crowell crowley croydon cruadhlaoich crudel cruim cruz crystal

NAMES BOTH FIRST AND LAST LETTERS RHYMING WITH CRANSTON:

First Names which starts with 'cra' and ends with 'ton':

First Names which starts with 'cr' and ends with 'on':

First Names which starts with 'c' and ends with 'n':

cadan caden cadman cadmon cadwallon caedmon caedon caelan caerleon caerlion cailean cailen cailin caillen cailyn cain caitilin caitlan caitlin caitlinn caitlyn caitlynn caitrin calan calhoun caliburn calidan calin callaghan callahan camarin camaron camdan camden camdin camdyn camelon cameron cameryn camlann camren camron camryn camshron caoilfhinnn caoilfhionn caoimhghin caolabhuinn caolan caomhan caralyn carilyn carlatun carleen carlin carlson carman carmen carmon carnation carolan carolann carolin carolyn carolynn carrington carson carsten caryn carynn casen cassian caswallan catalin catelyn catheryn cathleen cathlin cathryn catlin catlyn cavalon cavan cayden caylan ceallachan ceannfhionn ceapmann ceastun ceawlin ceileachan cein celdtun celidon celyddon cendrillon cenon cercyon cerin cetewin

English Words Rhyming CRANSTON

ENGLISH WORDS WHICH INCLUDES CRANSTON AS A WHOLE:



ENGLISH WORDS RHYMING WITH CRANSTON (According to last letters):


Rhyming Words According to Last 7 Letters (ranston) - English Words That Ends with ranston:



Rhyming Words According to Last 6 Letters (anston) - English Words That Ends with anston:



Rhyming Words According to Last 5 Letters (nston) - English Words That Ends with nston:



Rhyming Words According to Last 4 Letters (ston) - English Words That Ends with ston:


bastonnoun (n.) A staff or cudgel.
 noun (n.) See Baton.
 noun (n.) An officer bearing a painted staff, who formerly was in attendance upon the king's court to take into custody persons committed by the court.

bostonnoun (n.) A game at cards, played by four persons, with two packs of fifty-two cards each; -- said to be so called from Boston, Massachusetts, and to have been invented by officers of the French army in America during the Revolutionary war.

kingstonnoun (n.) Alt. of Kingstone

phlogistonnoun (n.) The hypothetical principle of fire, or inflammability, regarded by Stahl as a chemical element.

pistonnoun (n.) A sliding piece which either is moved by, or moves against, fluid pressure. It usually consists of a short cylinder fitting within a cylindrical vessel along which it moves, back and forth. It is used in steam engines to receive motion from the steam, and in pumps to transmit motion to a fluid; also for other purposes.

protistonnoun (n.) One of the Protista.

testonnoun (n.) A tester; a sixpence.

tetraspastonnoun (n.) A machine in which four pulleys act together.

trispastonnoun (n.) A machine with three pulleys which act together for raising great weights.


Rhyming Words According to Last 3 Letters (ton) - English Words That Ends with ton:


actonnoun (n.) A stuffed jacket worn under the mail, or (later) a jacket plated with mail.

aketonnoun (n.) See Acton.

astrophytonnoun (n.) A genus of ophiurans having the arms much branched.

asyndetonnoun (n.) A figure which omits the connective; as, I came, I saw, I conquered. It stands opposed to polysyndeton.

badmintonnoun (n.) A game, similar to lawn tennis, played with shuttlecocks.
 noun (n.) A preparation of claret, spiced and sweetened.

barbitonnoun (n.) An ancient Greek instrument resembling a lyre.

bartonnoun (n.) The demesne lands of a manor; also, the manor itself.
 noun (n.) A farmyard.

batonnoun (n.) A staff or truncheon, used for various purposes; as, the baton of a field marshal; the baton of a conductor in musical performances.
 noun (n.) An ordinary with its ends cut off, borne sinister as a mark of bastardy, and containing one fourth in breadth of the bend sinister; -- called also bastard bar. See Bend sinister.

battonnoun (n.) See Batten, and Baton.

betonnoun (n.) The French name for concrete; hence, concrete made after the French fashion.

bretonnoun (n.) A native or inhabitant of Brittany, or Bretagne, in France; also, the ancient language of Brittany; Armorican.
 adjective (a.) Of or relating to Brittany, or Bretagne, in France.

britonnoun (n.) A native of Great Britain.
 adjective (a.) British.

burtonnoun (n.) A peculiar tackle, formed of two or more blocks, or pulleys, the weight being suspended to a hook block in the bight of the running part.

buttonnoun (n.) A knob; a small ball; a small, roundish mass.
 noun (n.) A catch, of various forms and materials, used to fasten together the different parts of dress, by being attached to one part, and passing through a slit, called a buttonhole, in the other; -- used also for ornament.
 noun (n.) A bud; a germ of a plant.
 noun (n.) A piece of wood or metal, usually flat and elongated, turning on a nail or screw, to fasten something, as a door.
 noun (n.) A globule of metal remaining on an assay cupel or in a crucible, after fusion.
 noun (n.) To fasten with a button or buttons; to inclose or make secure with buttons; -- often followed by up.
 noun (n.) To dress or clothe.
 verb (v. i.) To be fastened by a button or buttons; as, the coat will not button.
  () Alt. of evil

cantonnoun (n.) A song or canto
 noun (n.) A small portion; a division; a compartment.
 noun (n.) A small community or clan.
 noun (n.) A small territorial district; esp. one of the twenty-two independent states which form the Swiss federal republic; in France, a subdivision of an arrondissement. See Arrondissement.
 noun (n.) A division of a shield occupying one third part of the chief, usually on the dexter side, formed by a perpendicular line from the top of the shield, meeting a horizontal line from the side.
 verb (v. i.) To divide into small parts or districts; to mark off or separate, as a distinct portion or division.
 verb (v. i.) To allot separate quarters to, as to different parts or divisions of an army or body of troops.

cartonnoun (n.) Pasteboard for paper boxes; also, a pasteboard box.

caxtonnoun (n.) Any book printed by William Caxton, the first English printer.

checklatonnoun (n.) Ciclatoun.
 noun (n.) Gilded leather.

chitonnoun (n.) An under garment among the ancient Greeks, nearly representing the modern shirt.
 noun (n.) One of a group of gastropod mollusks, with a shell composed of eight movable dorsal plates. See Polyplacophora.

cottonnoun (n.) A soft, downy substance, resembling fine wool, consisting of the unicellular twisted hairs which grow on the seeds of the cotton plant. Long-staple cotton has a fiber sometimes almost two inches long; short-staple, from two thirds of an inch to an inch and a half.
 noun (n.) The cotton plant. See Cotten plant, below.
 noun (n.) Cloth made of cotton.
 verb (v. i.) To rise with a regular nap, as cloth does.
 verb (v. i.) To go on prosperously; to succeed.
 verb (v. i.) To unite; to agree; to make friends; -- usually followed by with.
 verb (v. i.) To take a liking to; to stick to one as cotton; -- used with to.

crotonnoun (n.) A genus of euphorbiaceous plants belonging to tropical countries.

croutonnoun (n.) Bread cut in various forms, and fried lightly in butter or oil, to garnish hashes, etc.

dermoskeletonnoun (n.) See Exoskeleton.

emplectonnoun (n.) A kind of masonry in which the outer faces of the wall are ashlar, the space between being filled with broken stone and mortar. Cross layers of stone are interlaid as binders.

endoskeletonnoun (n.) The bony, cartilaginous, or other internal framework of an animal, as distinguished from the exoskeleton.

exoskeletonnoun (n.) The hardened parts of the external integument of an animal, including hair, feathers, nails, horns, scales, etc.,as well as the armor of armadillos and many reptiles, and the shells or hardened integument of numerous invertebrates; external skeleton; dermoskeleton.

feuilletonnoun (n.) A part of a French newspaper (usually the bottom of the page), devoted to light literature, criticism, etc.; also, the article or tale itself, thus printed.

frontonnoun (n.) Same as Frontal, 2.

gluttonnoun (n.) One who eats voraciously, or to excess; a gormandizer.
 noun (n.) Fig.: One who gluts himself.
 noun (n.) A carnivorous mammal (Gulo luscus), of the family Mustelidae, about the size of a large badger. It was formerly believed to be inordinately voracious, whence the name; the wolverene. It is a native of the northern parts of America, Europe, and Asia.
 adjective (a.) Gluttonous; greedy; gormandizing.
 verb (v. t. & i.) To glut; to eat voraciously.

hacquetonnoun (n.) Same as Acton.

haketonnoun (n.) Same as Acton.

homoioptotonnoun (n.) A figure in which the several parts of a sentence end with the same case, or inflection generally.

hyperbatonnoun (n.) A figurative construction, changing or inverting the natural order of words or clauses; as, "echoed the hills" for "the hills echoed."

indobritonnoun (n.) A person born in India, of mixed Indian and British blood; a half-caste.

jettonnoun (n.) A metal counter used in playing cards.

karyomitonnoun (n.) The reticular network of fine fibers, of which the nucleus of a cell is in part composed; -- in opposition to kytomiton, or the network in the body of the cell.

kytomitonnoun (n.) See Karyomiton.

kryptonnoun (n.) An inert gaseous element of the argon group, occurring in air to the extent of about one volume in a million. It was discovered by Ramsay and Travers in 1898. Liquefying point, -- 152 C.; symbol, Kr; atomic weight, 83.0.

latonnoun (n.) Alt. of Latoun

megaphytonnoun (n.) An extinct genus of tree ferns with large, two-ranked leaves, or fronds.

melocotonnoun (n.) Alt. of Melocotoon

meltonnoun (n.) A kind of stout woolen cloth with unfinished face and without raised nap. A commoner variety has a cotton warp.

montonnoun (n.) A heap of ore; a mass undergoing the process of amalgamation.

motonnoun (n.) A small plate covering the armpit in armor of the 14th century and later.

muttonnoun (n.) A sheep.
 noun (n.) The flesh of a sheep.
 noun (n.) A loose woman; a prostitute.

mirlitonnoun (n.) A kind of musical toy into which one sings, hums, or speaks, producing a coarse, reedy sound.

neuroskeletonnoun (n.) The deep-seated parts of the vertebrate skeleton which are relation with the nervous axis and locomation.

pantonnoun (n.) A horseshoe to correct a narrow, hoofbound heel.

phaetonnoun (n.) A four-wheeled carriage (with or without a top), open, or having no side pieces, in front of the seat. It is drawn by one or two horses.
 noun (n.) See Phaethon.
 noun (n.) A handsome American butterfly (Euphydryas, / Melitaea, Phaeton). The upper side of the wings is black, with orange-red spots and marginal crescents, and several rows of cream-colored spots; -- called also Baltimore.

phytonnoun (n.) One of the parts which by their repetition make up a flowering plant, each being a single joint of a stem with its leaf or leaves; a phytomer.

ENGLISH WORDS RHYMING WITH CRANSTON (According to first letters):


Rhyming Words According to First 7 Letters (cransto) - Words That Begins with cransto:



Rhyming Words According to First 6 Letters (cranst) - Words That Begins with cranst:



Rhyming Words According to First 5 Letters (crans) - Words That Begins with crans:



Rhyming Words According to First 4 Letters (cran) - Words That Begins with cran:


crannoun (n.) Alt. of Crane

cranenoun (n.) A measure for fresh herrings, -- as many as will fill a barrel.
 noun (n.) A wading bird of the genus Grus, and allied genera, of various species, having a long, straight bill, and long legs and neck.
 noun (n.) A machine for raising and lowering heavy weights, and, while holding them suspended, transporting them through a limited lateral distance. In one form it consists of a projecting arm or jib of timber or iron, a rotating post or base, and the necessary tackle, windlass, etc.; -- so called from a fancied similarity between its arm and the neck of a crane See Illust. of Derrick.
 noun (n.) An iron arm with horizontal motion, attached to the side or back of a fireplace, for supporting kettles, etc., over a fire.
 noun (n.) A siphon, or bent pipe, for drawing liquors out of a cask.
 noun (n.) A forked post or projecting bracket to support spars, etc., -- generally used in pairs. See Crotch, 2.
 noun (n.) Any arm which swings about a vertical axis at one end, used for supporting a suspended weight.
 noun (n.) The American blue heron (Ardea herodias).
 verb (v. t.) To cause to rise; to raise or lift, as by a crane; -- with up.
 verb (v. t.) To stretch, as a crane stretches its neck; as, to crane the neck disdainfully.
 verb (v. i.) to reach forward with head and neck, in order to see better; as, a hunter cranes forward before taking a leap.

cranagenoun (n.) The liberty of using a crane, as for loading and unloading vessels.
 noun (n.) The money or price paid for the use of a crane.

cranberrynoun (n.) A red, acid berry, much used for making sauce, etc.; also, the plant producing it (several species of Vaccinum or Oxycoccus.) The high cranberry or cranberry tree is a species of Viburnum (V. Opulus), and the other is sometimes called low cranberry or marsh cranberry to distinguish it.

craningnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Crane

crangnoun (n.) See Krang.

cranianoun (n.) A genus of living Brachiopoda; -- so called from its fancied resemblance to the cranium or skull.
  (pl. ) of Cranium

cranialadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to the cranium.

cranioclasmnoun (n.) The crushing of a child's head, as with the cranioclast or craniotomy forceps in cases of very difficult delivery.

cranioclastnoun (n.) An instrument for crushing the head of a fetus, to facilitate delivery in difficult eases.

craniofacialadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to the cranium and face; as, the craniofacial angle.

craniognomynoun (n.) The science of the form and characteristics of the skull.

craniologicaladjective (a.) Of or pertaining to craniology.

craniologistnoun (n.) One proficient in craniology; a phrenologist.

craniologynoun (n.) The department of science (as of ethnology or archaeology) which deals with the shape, size, proportions, indications, etc., of skulls; the study of skulls.

craniometernoun (n.) An instrument for measuring the size of skulls.

craniometricadjective (a.) Alt. of Craniometrical

craniometricaladjective (a.) Pertaining to craniometry.

craniometrynoun (n.) The art or act of measuring skulls.

cranioscopistnoun (n.) One skilled in, or who practices, cranioscopy.

cranioscopynoun (n.) Scientific examination of the cranium.

craniotanoun (n. pl.) A comprehensive division of the Vertebrata, including all those that have a skull.

craniotomynoun (n.) The operation of opening the fetal head, in order to effect delivery.

craniumnoun (n.) The skull of an animal; especially, that part of the skull, either cartilaginous or bony, which immediately incloses the brain; the brain case or brainpan. See Skull.

cranknoun (n.) A bent portion of an axle, or shaft, or an arm keyed at right angles to the end of a shaft, by which motion is imparted to or received from it; also used to change circular into reciprocating motion, or reciprocating into circular motion. See Bell crank.
 noun (n.) Any bend, turn, or winding, as of a passage.
 noun (n.) A twist or turn in speech; a conceit consisting in a change of the form or meaning of a word.
 noun (n.) A twist or turn of the mind; caprice; whim; crotchet; also, a fit of temper or passion.
 noun (n.) A person full of crotchets; one given to fantastic or impracticable projects; one whose judgment is perverted in respect to a particular matter.
 noun (n.) A sick person; an invalid.
 noun (n.) Sick; infirm.
 noun (n.) Liable to careen or be overset, as a ship when she is too narrow, or has not sufficient ballast, or is loaded too high, to carry full sail.
 noun (n.) Full of spirit; brisk; lively; sprightly; overconfident; opinionated.
 noun (n.) To run with a winding course; to double; to crook; to wind and turn.

crankbirdnoun (n.) A small European woodpecker (Picus minor).

crankedadjective (a.) Formed with, or having, a bend or crank; as, a cranked axle.

crankinessnoun (n.) Crankness.

cranklenoun (n.) A bend or turn; a twist; a crinkle.
 verb (v. t.) To break into bends, turns, or angles; to crinkle.
 verb (v. i.) To bend, turn, or wind.

cranknessnoun (n.) Liability to be overset; -- said of a ship or other vessel.
 noun (n.) Sprightliness; vigor; health.

crankyadjective (a.) Full of spirit; crank.
 adjective (a.) Addicted to crotchets and whims; unreasonable in opinions; crotchety.
 adjective (a.) Unsteady; easy to upset; crank.

cranniedadjective (a.) Having crannies, chinks, or fissures; as, a crannied wall.
  (imp. & p. p.) of Cranny

crannognoun (n.) Alt. of Crannoge

crannogenoun (n.) One of the stockaded islands in Scotland and Ireland which in ancient times were numerous in the lakes of both countries. They may be regarded as the very latest class of prehistoric strongholds, reaching their greatest development in early historic times, and surviving through the Middle Ages. See also Lake dwellings, under Lake.

crannynoun (n.) A small, narrow opening, fissure, crevice, or chink, as in a wall, or other substance.
 noun (n.) A tool for forming the necks of bottles, etc.
 adjective (a.) Quick; giddy; thoughtless.
 verb (v. i.) To crack into, or become full of, crannies.
 verb (v. i.) To haunt, or enter by, crannies.

crannyingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Cranny

crantaranoun (n.) The fiery cross, used as a rallying signal in the Highlands of Scotland.

crantsnoun (n.) A garland carried before the bier of a maiden.

crandallnoun (n.) A kind of hammer having a head formed of a group of pointed steel bars, used for dressing ashlar, etc.
 verb (v. t. ) To dress with a crandall.


Rhyming Words According to First 3 Letters (cra) - Words That Begins with cra:


crabnoun (n.) One of the brachyuran Crustacea. They are mostly marine, and usually have a broad, short body, covered with a strong shell or carapace. The abdomen is small and curled up beneath the body.
 noun (n.) The zodiacal constellation Cancer.
 adjective (a.) A crab apple; -- so named from its harsh taste.
 adjective (a.) A cudgel made of the wood of the crab tree; a crabstick.
 adjective (a.) A movable winch or windlass with powerful gearing, used with derricks, etc.
 adjective (a.) A form of windlass, or geared capstan, for hauling ships into dock, etc.
 adjective (a.) A machine used in ropewalks to stretch the yarn.
 adjective (a.) A claw for anchoring a portable machine.
 adjective (a.) Sour; rough; austere.
 verb (v. t.) To make sour or morose; to embitter.
 verb (v. t.) To beat with a crabstick.
 verb (v. i.) To drift sidewise or to leeward, as a vessel.

crabbednoun (n.) Characterized by or manifesting, sourness, peevishness, or moroseness; harsh; cross; cynical; -- applied to feelings, disposition, or manners.
 noun (n.) Characterized by harshness or roughness; unpleasant; -- applied to things; as, a crabbed taste.
 noun (n.) Obscure; difficult; perplexing; trying; as, a crabbed author.
 noun (n.) Cramped; irregular; as, crabbed handwriting.

crabbernoun (n.) One who catches crabs.

crabbingnoun (n.) The act or art of catching crabs.
 noun (n.) The fighting of hawks with each other.
 noun (n.) A process of scouring cloth between rolls in a machine.

crabbishadjective (a.) Somewhat sour or cross.

crabbyadjective (a.) Crabbed; difficult, or perplexing.

crabeaternoun (n.) The cobia.
 noun (n.) An etheostomoid fish of the southern United States (Hadropterus nigrofasciatus).
 noun (n.) A small European heron (Ardea minuta, and other allied species).

crabernoun (n.) The water rat.

crabfacedadjective (a.) Having a sour, disagreeable countenance.

crabsticknoun (n.) A stick, cane, or cudgel, made of the wood of the crab tree.

crackingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Crack

cracknoun (n.) A partial separation of parts, with or without a perceptible opening; a chink or fissure; a narrow breach; a crevice; as, a crack in timber, or in a wall, or in glass.
 noun (n.) Rupture; flaw; breach, in a moral sense.
 noun (n.) A sharp, sudden sound or report; the sound of anything suddenly burst or broken; as, the crack of a falling house; the crack of thunder; the crack of a whip.
 noun (n.) The tone of voice when changed at puberty.
 noun (n.) Mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanity; as, he has a crack.
 noun (n.) A crazy or crack-brained person.
 noun (n.) A boast; boasting.
 noun (n.) Breach of chastity.
 noun (n.) A boy, generally a pert, lively boy.
 noun (n.) A brief time; an instant; as, to be with one in a crack.
 noun (n.) Free conversation; friendly chat.
 adjective (a.) Of superior excellence; having qualities to be boasted of.
 verb (v. t.) To break or burst, with or without entire separation of the parts; as, to crack glass; to crack nuts.
 verb (v. t.) To rend with grief or pain; to affect deeply with sorrow; hence, to disorder; to distract; to craze.
 verb (v. t.) To cause to sound suddenly and sharply; to snap; as, to crack a whip.
 verb (v. t.) To utter smartly and sententiously; as, to crack a joke.
 verb (v. t.) To cry up; to extol; -- followed by up.
 verb (v. i.) To burst or open in chinks; to break, with or without quite separating into parts.
 verb (v. i.) To be ruined or impaired; to fail.
 verb (v. i.) To utter a loud or sharp, sudden sound.
 verb (v. i.) To utter vain, pompous words; to brag; to boast; -- with of.

crackedadjective (a.) Coarsely ground or broken; as, cracked wheat.
 adjective (a.) Crack-brained.
  (imp. & p. p.) of Crack

crackernoun (n.) One who, or that which, cracks.
 noun (n.) A noisy boaster; a swaggering fellow.
 noun (n.) A small firework, consisting of a little powder inclosed in a thick paper cylinder with a fuse, and exploding with a sharp noise; -- often called firecracker.
 noun (n.) A thin, dry biscuit, often hard or crisp; as, a Boston cracker; a Graham cracker; a soda cracker; an oyster cracker.
 noun (n.) A nickname to designate a poor white in some parts of the Southern United States.
 noun (n.) The pintail duck.
 noun (n.) A pair of fluted rolls for grinding caoutchouc.

cracklenoun (n.) The noise of slight and frequent cracks or reports; a crackling.
 noun (n.) A kind of crackling sound or r/le, heard in some abnormal states of the lungs; as, dry crackle; moist crackle.
 noun (n.) A condition produced in certain porcelain, fine earthenware, or glass, in which the glaze or enamel appears to be cracked in all directions, making a sort of reticulated surface; as, Chinese crackle; Bohemian crackle.
 verb (v. i.) To make slight cracks; to make small, sharp, sudden noises, rapidly or frequently repeated; to crepitate; as, burning thorns crackle.

crackledadjective (a.) Covered with minute cracks in the glaze; -- said of some kinds of porcelain and fine earthenware.

cracklewarenoun (n.) See Crackle, n., 3.

cracklingnoun (n.) The making of small, sharp cracks or reports, frequently repeated.
 noun (n.) The well-browned, crisp rind of roasted pork.
 noun (n.) Food for dogs, made from the refuse of tallow melting.

cracksmannoun (n.) A burglar.

cracovianadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to Cracow in Poland.

cracoviennenoun (n.) A lively Polish dance, in 2-4 time.

cracowesnoun (n. pl.) Long-toed boots or shoes formerly worn in many parts of Europe; -- so called from Cracow, in Poland, where they were first worn in the fourteenth century.

cradlenoun (n.) A bed or cot for a baby, oscillating on rockers or swinging on pivots; hence, the place of origin, or in which anything is nurtured or protected in the earlier period of existence; as, a cradle of crime; the cradle of liberty.
 noun (n.) Infancy, or very early life.
 noun (n.) An implement consisting of a broad scythe for cutting grain, with a set of long fingers parallel to the scythe, designed to receive the grain, and to lay it evenly in a swath.
 noun (n.) A tool used in mezzotint engraving, which, by a rocking motion, raises burrs on the surface of the plate, so preparing the ground.
 noun (n.) A framework of timbers, or iron bars, moving upon ways or rollers, used to support, lift, or carry ships or other vessels, heavy guns, etc., as up an inclined plane, or across a strip of land, or in launching a ship.
 noun (n.) A case for a broken or dislocated limb.
 noun (n.) A frame to keep the bedclothes from contact with the person.
 noun (n.) A machine on rockers, used in washing out auriferous earth; -- also called a rocker.
 noun (n.) A suspended scaffold used in shafts.
 noun (n.) The ribbing for vaulted ceilings and arches intended to be covered with plaster.
 noun (n.) The basket or apparatus in which, when a line has been made fast to a wrecked ship from the shore, the people are brought off from the wreck.
 verb (v. t.) To lay to rest, or rock, as in a cradle; to lull or quiet, as by rocking.
 verb (v. t.) To nurse or train in infancy.
 verb (v. t.) To cut and lay with a cradle, as grain.
 verb (v. t.) To transport a vessel by means of a cradle.
 verb (v. i.) To lie or lodge, as in a cradle.

cradlingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Cradle
 noun (n.) The act of using a cradle.
 noun (n.) Cutting a cask into two pieces lengthwise, to enable it to pass a narrow place, the two parts being afterward united and rehooped.
 noun (n.) The framework in arched or coved ceilings to which the laths are nailed.

craftnoun (n.) Strength; might; secret power.
 noun (n.) Art or skill; dexterity in particular manual employment; hence, the occupation or employment itself; manual art; a trade.
 noun (n.) Those engaged in any trade, taken collectively; a guild; as, the craft of ironmongers.
 noun (n.) Cunning, art, or skill, in a bad sense, or applied to bad purposes; artifice; guile; skill or dexterity employed to effect purposes by deceit or shrewd devices.
 noun (n.) A vessel; vessels of any kind; -- generally used in a collective sense.
 verb (v. t.) To play tricks; to practice artifice.

craftinessnoun (n.) Dexterity in devising and effecting a purpose; cunning; artifice; stratagem.

craftlessadjective (a.) Without craft or cunning.

craftsmannoun (n.) One skilled in some trade or manual occupation; an artificer; a mechanic.

craftsmanshipnoun (n.) The work of a craftsman.

craftsmasternoun (n.) One skilled in his craft or trade; one of superior cunning.

craftyadjective (a.) Relating to, or characterized by, craft or skill; dexterous.
 adjective (a.) Possessing dexterity; skilled; skillful.
 adjective (a.) Skillful at deceiving others; characterized by craft; cunning; wily.

cragnoun (n.) A steep, rugged rock; a rough, broken cliff, or point of a rock, on a ledge.
 noun (n.) A partially compacted bed of gravel mixed with shells, of the Tertiary age.
 noun (n.) The neck or throat
 noun (n.) The neck piece or scrag of mutton.

craggedadjective (a.) Full of crags, or steep, broken //cks; abounding with prominences, points, and inequalities; rough; rugged.

cradgednessnoun (n.) The quality or state of being cragged; cragginess.

cragginessnoun (n.) The state of being craggy.

craggyadjective (a.) Full of crags; rugged with projecting points of rocks; as, the craggy side of a mountain.

cragsmannoun (n.) One accustomed to climb rocks or crags; esp., one who makes a business of climbing the cliffs overhanging the sea to get the eggs of sea birds or the birds themselves.

craienoun (n.) See Crare.

crailnoun (n.) A creel or osier basket.

crakenoun (n.) A boast. See Crack, n.
 noun (n.) Any species or rail of the genera Crex and Porzana; -- so called from its singular cry. See Corncrake.
 verb (v. t. & i.) To cry out harshly and loudly, like the bird called crake.
 verb (v. t. & i.) To boast; to speak loudly and boastfully.

crakeberrynoun (n.) See Crowberry.

crakernoun (n.) One who boasts; a braggart.

crammingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Cram

cramnoun (n.) The act of cramming.
 noun (n.) Information hastily memorized; as, a cram from an examination.
 noun (n.) A warp having more than two threads passing through each dent or split of the reed.
 verb (v. t.) To press, force, or drive, particularly in filling, or in thrusting one thing into another; to stuff; to crowd; to fill to superfluity; as, to cram anything into a basket; to cram a room with people.
 verb (v. t.) To fill with food to satiety; to stuff.
 verb (v. t.) To put hastily through an extensive course of memorizing or study, as in preparation for an examination; as, a pupil is crammed by his tutor.
 verb (v. i.) To eat greedily, and to satiety; to stuff.
 verb (v. i.) To make crude preparation for a special occasion, as an examination, by a hasty and extensive course of memorizing or study.

cramboadjective (a.) A game in which one person gives a word, to which another finds a rhyme.
 adjective (a.) A word rhyming with another word.

crammernoun (n.) One who crams; esp., one who prepares a pupil hastily for an examination, or a pupil who is thus prepared.

cramoisieadjective (a.) Alt. of Cramoisy

cramoisyadjective (a.) Crimson.

crampnoun (n.) That which confines or contracts; a restraint; a shackle; a hindrance.
 noun (n.) A device, usually of iron bent at the ends, used to hold together blocks of stone, timbers, etc.; a cramp iron.
 noun (n.) A rectangular frame, with a tightening screw, used for compressing the joints of framework, etc.
 noun (n.) A piece of wood having a curve corresponding to that of the upper part of the instep, on which the upper leather of a boot is stretched to give it the requisite shape.
 noun (n.) A spasmodic and painful involuntary contraction of a muscle or muscles, as of the leg.
 noun (n.) Knotty; difficult.
 noun (n.) A paralysis of certain muscles due to excessive use; as, writer's cramp; milker's cramp, etc.
 verb (v. t.) To compress; to restrain from free action; to confine and contract; to hinder.
 verb (v. t.) To fasten or hold with, or as with, a cramp.
 verb (v. t.) to bind together; to unite.
 verb (v. t.) To form on a cramp; as, to cramp boot legs.
 verb (v. t.) To afflict with cramp.

crampingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Cramp

ENGLISH WORDS BOTH FIRST AND LAST LETTERS RHYMING WITH CRANSTON:

English Words which starts with 'cra' and ends with 'ton':



English Words which starts with 'cr' and ends with 'on':

cramponnoun (n.) An a/rial rootlet for support in climbing, as of ivy.

crastinationnoun (n.) Procrastination; a putting off till to-morrow.

crayonnoun (n.) An implement for drawing, made of clay and plumbago, or of some preparation of chalk, usually sold in small prisms or cylinders.
 noun (n.) A crayon drawing.
 noun (n.) A pencil of carbon used in producing electric light.
 verb (v. t.) To sketch, as with a crayon; to sketch or plan.

creationnoun (n.) The act of creating or causing to exist. Specifically, the act of bringing the universe or this world into existence.
 noun (n.) That which is created; that which is produced or caused to exist, as the world or some original work of art or of the imagination; nature.
 noun (n.) The act of constituting or investing with a new character; appointment; formation.

cremationnoun (n.) A burning; esp., the act or practice of cremating the dead.

crenationnoun (n.) A rounded tooth on the edge of a leaf.
 noun (n.) The condition of being crenate.

crenelationnoun (n.) The act of crenelating, or the state of being crenelated; an indentation or an embrasure.

crenulationnoun (n.) A minute crenation.
 noun (n.) The state of being minutely scalloped.

crepitationnoun (n.) The act of crepitating or crackling.
 noun (n.) A grating or crackling sensation or sound, as that produced by rubbing two fragments of a broken bone together, or by pressing upon cellular tissue containing air.
 noun (n.) A crepitant rale.

creponnoun (n.) A thin stuff made of the finest wool or silk, or of wool and silk.

cribrationnoun (n.) The act or process of separating the finer parts of drugs from the coarser by sifting.

criminationnoun (n.) The act of accusing; accusation; charge; complaint.

crimsonnoun (n.) A deep red color tinged with blue; also, red color in general.
 adjective (a.) Of a deep red color tinged with blue; deep red.
 verb (v. t.) To dye with crimson or deep red; to redden.
  (b. t.) To become crimson; to blush.

crispationnoun (n.) The act or process of curling, or the state of being curled.
 noun (n.) A very slight convulsive or spasmodic contraction of certain muscles, external or internal.

criterionnoun (n.) A standard of judging; any approved or established rule or test, by which facts, principles opinions, and conduct are tried in forming a correct judgment respecting them.

croonnoun (n.) A low, continued moan; a murmur.
 noun (n.) A low singing; a plain, artless melody.
 verb (v. i.) To make a continuous hollow moan, as cattle do when in pain.
 verb (v. i.) To hum or sing in a low tone; to murmur softly.
 verb (v. t.) To sing in a low tone, as if to one's self; to hum.
 verb (v. t.) To soothe by singing softly.

cruciationnoun (n.) The act of torturing; torture; torment.

crucifixionnoun (n.) The act of nailing or fastening a person to a cross, for the purpose of putting him to death; the use of the cross as a method of capital punishment.
 noun (n.) The state of one who is nailed or fastened to a cross; death upon a cross.
 noun (n.) Intense suffering or affliction; painful trial.

crustationnoun (n.) An adherent crust; an incrustation.

crystallizationnoun (n.) The act or process by which a substance in solidifying assumes the form and structure of a crystal, or becomes crystallized.
 noun (n.) The body formed by crystallizing; as, silver on precipitation forms arborescent crystallizations.

croydonnoun (n.) A kind of carriage like a gig, orig. of wicker-work.
 noun (n.) A kind of cotton sheeting; also, a calico.