Definition of Cramping

1. Verb. (present participle of cramp) ¹



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Definition of Cramping

1. cramp [v] - See also: cramp

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cramping

cramoisies
cramoisy
cramp
cramp iron
cramp someone's style
crampbark
cramped
crampedness
crampet
crampets
crampfish
crampfishes
crampier
crampiest
crampiness
cramping (current term)
crampit
crampits
crampon
cramponee
crampons
crampoon
crampoons
cramps
crampy
crams
cran
cran-
cranachan
cranachans

Literary usage of Cramping

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1. Lectures, Clinical and Didactic, on the Diseases of Women by Reuben Ludlam (1872)
"The incidental symptoms are interesting and significant. The cramping pains of which Mrs. complains are referable to The cramping pains. ..."

2. The Popular Science Monthly by Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress) (1884)
"Evidently an injury cramping the growth at this time can not be remedied ; and if the children have any tendency to become bandy-legged or knock-kneed, ..."

3. Science and Health, with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy, H. Tetu, Wilfrid Philip Ward (1889)
"... naturally express them, instead of being bound by harsh and cruel custom to an exterior of polite indifference, a cold, cramping, stifling uniformity. ..."

4. William George Ward and the Oxford Movement by Wilfrid Philip Ward (1889)
"... naturally express them, instead of being bound by harsh and cruel custom to an exterior of polite indifference, a cold, cramping, stifling uniformity. ..."

5. Society in Rome Under the Caesars by William Ralph Inge (1888)
"But though the immediate results of the Empire were splendid, the cramping and paralysing influence of despotism was not long in making itself felt. ..."

6. Society in Rome Under the Caesars by William Ralph Inge (1888)
"But though the immediate results of the Empire were splendid, the cramping and paralysing influence of despotism was not long in making itself felt. ..."

7. Lectures, Clinical and Didactic, on the Diseases of Women by Reuben Ludlam (1872)
"The incidental symptoms are interesting and significant. The cramping pains of which Mrs. complains are referable to The cramping pains. ..."

8. The Popular Science Monthly by Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress) (1884)
"Evidently an injury cramping the growth at this time can not be remedied ; and if the children have any tendency to become bandy-legged or knock-kneed, ..."

9. Science and Health, with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy, H. Tetu, Wilfrid Philip Ward (1889)
"... naturally express them, instead of being bound by harsh and cruel custom to an exterior of polite indifference, a cold, cramping, stifling uniformity. ..."

10. William George Ward and the Oxford Movement by Wilfrid Philip Ward (1889)
"... naturally express them, instead of being bound by harsh and cruel custom to an exterior of polite indifference, a cold, cramping, stifling uniformity. ..."

11. Society in Rome Under the Caesars by William Ralph Inge (1888)
"But though the immediate results of the Empire were splendid, the cramping and paralysing influence of despotism was not long in making itself felt. ..."

12. Society in Rome Under the Caesars by William Ralph Inge (1888)
"But though the immediate results of the Empire were splendid, the cramping and paralysing influence of despotism was not long in making itself felt. ..."

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