noun, plural cra·ni·ums, cra·ni·a [krey-nee-uh]. /ˈkreɪ ni ə/.
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Example sentences from the Web for cranium
He placed his gun underneath her chin and fired it “up into the cranium.”Thanksgiving Day Horror: Minnesota Teens Killed in Alleged Break-In|Matthew DeLuca|November 28, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Old Sanders tapped with both hands on his shining cranium and asked, Are you confident he loves her?
And old Sanders again tapped in the rhythm of a dirge on his parchment-bound cranium.
Suddenly the old man beat a tattoo on his cranium and closed his eyes, apparently deep in thought.
The cranium has a low, depressed arch, with a very narrow frontal region and highly developed superciliary ridges.
Seventh, his great thickness of cranium, which resists blows that would break the skull of an average European.
British Dictionary definitions for cranium
noun plural -niums or -nia (-nɪə)
Word Origin for cranium
Medical definitions for cranium
n. pl. cra•ni•ums
Scientific definitions for cranium
Plural craniums crania
Cultural definitions for cranium
The part of the skull that encloses the brain.