Definition of Cranches
1. cranch [v] - See also: cranch
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cranches
Literary usage of Cranches
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Talks in a library with Laurence Hutton: recorded by Isabel Moore by Laurence Hutton, Isabel Moore (1909)
"... had been entirely forgotten; but he stopped me in the dark passageway, held out his hand in his cordial manner, and asked, " How are the dear cranches? ..."
2. History of England Under Henry the Fourth by James Hamilton Wylie (1894)
"... from the "crumb- fox,"1 who " has nothing but what he cranches," up to the " king of kings,"5 with his Brehon or judge, his rhymers, harpers, ..."
3. Ancient laws of Ireland by Ireland, Ireland Commissioners for Pub. the Ancient Laws and Institutes of Ireland, William Neilson Hancock (1879)
"A crumb-fox, ie he gets the crumbs (or fragments) of all food, natural and unnatural ; or whatever he cranches or eats is his. There are seven things out of ..."