verb (used with or without object), noun
Origin of craunch
Related formscraunch·ing·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for craunch
After a year, Craunch came up from the country to see how his ward was getting along.
T was a very beautiful picture, although it is not on record that Mr. Craunch was a handsome man.
Indeed, not a sound was to be heard, except the creak and craunch of the dry snow under our feet.Hugh Wynne, Free Quaker|S. Weir Mitchell
Craunch listened with patience and advised with the boy's parents.
Meantime, Captain Woodhouse and the lion were both lying wounded on the ground, and the lion began to craunch his arm.