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crank·y
[krang-kee]
ADJECTIVE [CRANK·I·ER, CRANK·I·EST.]
1.
ill-tempered; grouchy; cross: 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.
sickly; in unsound or feeble condition; infirm.
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Cranky may refer to: Cranky Kong, a character from the Donkey Kong video game series; Cranky the Crane, a character from the children's television series ...

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Crankiness definition, ill-tempered; grouchy; cross: I'm always cranky when I don't get enough sleep. See more.

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If that awkward arrangement didn't add to Arum's crankiness, he certainly had some bitter news to absorb upon landing. Los Angeles TimesAug 7, 2016.

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Define cranky: given to fretful fussiness : readily angered when opposed : crotchety; marked by eccentricity — cranky in a sentence.

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Define crankiness. crankiness synonyms, crankiness pronunciation, crankiness translation, English dictionary definition of crankiness. adj. crank·i·er , crank·i·est ...

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crankiness definition: Noun (uncountable) 1. The state of being crankyOrigin cranky + -ness...

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Cranky definition: If you describe ideas or ways of behaving as cranky , you disapprove of them because you... | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and ...

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Synonyms for crankiness at Thesaurus.com with free online thesaurus, antonyms , and definitions. Dictionary and Word of the Day.

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English[edit]. Etymology[edit]. cranky + -ness. Noun[edit]. crankiness (usually uncountable, plural crankinesses). The state of being cranky. Translations[edit].