Wednesday Word of the Week

Crannied –  Having crannies chinks or fissures as a crannied wall

Okay, so I couldn’t think of a word for today so I went to a ‘random word generator’ online and it gave me this. Whilst, if offered the word ‘crannied’ I would probably have come up with this definition, I would not have been certain that it was a word which actually existed. I’m still not 100% convinced by it now.

Anyone ever used it?

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One thought on “Wednesday Word of the Week

  1. Alan Dicks

    The first time I properly ‘got’ Shakespeare was watching an outdoor performance of Midsummer Night’s Dream in Oxford with Eleanor. There was a line about ‘crannies’. And it had me pissing myself. From then on, I always found his humour far more accessible! I also have a mate whose surname is Cranny!

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