verb (used with object), craned, cran·ing.
verb (used without object), craned, cran·ing.
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He also issued a blanket vindication of Crane, absolving him of any responsibility for failing to supervise his club.Jeff Luhnow, fired as GM after sign-stealing scandal, sues Astros for $22 million|Cindy Boren|November 10, 2020|Washington Post
Here they behold the faithful Biddy, craning her long neck up and down the road, and filled with wildest anxiety.Mrs. Geoffrey|Duchess
"I can just see the top of the men's heads," said she, craning her neck forward in the effort.Jewel Mysteries|Max Pemberton
Seagulls often came over her, craning down their greedy bills and uttering cries like a kitten's mewing.Beyond|John Galsworthy
But imagine my stupefaction when I saw her husband before me—yes, Montdidier himself, craning his neck to see what had happened.Le Cocu (Novels of Paul de Kock Volume XVIII)|Charles Paul de Kock
In two minutes he was craning over the lip of the gorge, staring into the murk beneath him.The Messenger|Elizabeth Robins