verb (used with or without object), noun
Origin of cranch
Examples from the Web for cranch
Historical Examples of cranch
When their hands separated, the father still hesitated, looking at Cranch.
"But—I did," said Cranch, laughing and shaking between the clenching of the little hands.
"That's all, gentlemen," broke in the practical voice of Cranch.
Cranch is poor, and a friend of friends of mine; do your best for him.Rodman the Keeper
Constance Fenimore Woolson
"Francisco," interrupted the priest with a single stride, laying his hand upon Cranch's arm, and staring into his eyes.