adj. crank·i·er, crank·i·est. 1. Having a bad disposition; peevish. 2. Having
eccentric ways; odd. 3. Full of bends and turns; crooked: a cranky mountain road.
I'm always cranky when I don't get enough sleep. 2. eccentric; queer. 3. shaky;
unsteady; out of order. 4. full of bends or windings; crooked. 5. British Dialect.
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He appeared in so many productions that he would occasionally see himself on television and have no memory of playing that particular role.
With his thin frame, long face and dry delivery, he was the master of acerbic bit parts as a clerk or a cranky
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crankiness. 2. Pronunciation: noun. Example sentences. As a person ages, the
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