Definition of Cranage

1. n. The liberty of using a crane, as for loading and unloading vessels.



Definition of Cranage

1. Noun. The use of a crane to hoist goods. ¹

2. Noun. Fees paid for use of the crane. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Cranage

1. the use of a crane [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cranage

cramping
crampit
crampits
crampon
cramponee
crampons
crampoon
crampoons
cramps
crampy
crams
cran
cran-
cranachan
cranachans
cranage (current term)
cranages
cranapple
cranberries
cranberry
cranberry bush
cranberry culture
cranberry heath
cranberry juice
cranberry morpheme
cranberry morphemes
cranberry sauce
cranberry tree
cranberrying
cranberrylike

Literary usage of Cranage

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1. Palmer's Index to "The Times" Newspaper (1872)
"... for Stealing, 21/12 b Cousins, Henry, for Stealing, 3j 11 a —— Cowley, Moses, for Wounding, 7m lid cranage, Thos., and James Thompson, for Embezzlement, ..."

2. Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of by Chetham Society (1855)
"... Jenny and Mrs. Lunt; I came home with them in the coach after nine o'clock, and went then to Mr. Leo's, where were Mr. cranage and Wilson from London. ..."

3. Dansk-norsk-engelsk Ordbog by Johannes Magnussen (1902)
"Kran [c] crane, -afgift cranage. Kranium [n] cranium. t] crown with flowers. Krans [c] wreath, garland, chaplet. Kranse Krap [c] madder, -gul madder yellow. ..."

4. Maritime Notes and Queries: A Record of Shipping Law and Usage (1883)
"cranage DUES. SIR,—Shipmasters who take loam from London to the Welsh Ports should have inserted in their agreements a stipulation as to wharfage charges. ..."

5. Dictionary of Terms and Phrases Used in American Or English Jurisprudence by Benjamin Vaughan Abbott (1879)
"cranage. A liberty to use a crane for drawing up goods and ware« of burden from ships and vessels, at any creek of the eea, or wharf, unto the land and to ..."

6. Palmer's Index to "The Times" Newspaper (1872)
"... for Stealing, 21/12 b Cousins, Henry, for Stealing, 3j 11 a —— Cowley, Moses, for Wounding, 7m lid cranage, Thos., and James Thompson, for Embezzlement, ..."

7. Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of by Chetham Society (1855)
"... Jenny and Mrs. Lunt; I came home with them in the coach after nine o'clock, and went then to Mr. Leo's, where were Mr. cranage and Wilson from London. ..."

8. Dansk-norsk-engelsk Ordbog by Johannes Magnussen (1902)
"Kran [c] crane, -afgift cranage. Kranium [n] cranium. t] crown with flowers. Krans [c] wreath, garland, chaplet. Kranse Krap [c] madder, -gul madder yellow. ..."

9. Maritime Notes and Queries: A Record of Shipping Law and Usage (1883)
"cranage DUES. SIR,—Shipmasters who take loam from London to the Welsh Ports should have inserted in their agreements a stipulation as to wharfage charges. ..."

10. Dictionary of Terms and Phrases Used in American Or English Jurisprudence by Benjamin Vaughan Abbott (1879)
"cranage. A liberty to use a crane for drawing up goods and ware« of burden from ships and vessels, at any creek of the eea, or wharf, unto the land and to ..."

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