noun (Irish & Scot)
the cratur, whisky or whiskey: a drop of the cratur
[krawnch, krahnch] /krɔntʃ, krɑntʃ/ verb (used with or without object), noun 1. . /krɔːntʃ/ verb 1. a dialect word for crunch
[krey-vuh-buh l] /ˈkreɪ və bəl/ adjective 1. (especially of a food) having qualities that engender an intense desire for more: All too often, salt, sugar, fat, and “crunch” make a food craveable.
[kruh-vat] /krəˈvæt/ noun 1. (defs 1, 2). 2. a cloth, often made of or trimmed with lace, worn about the neck by men especially in the 17th century. 3. Medicine/Medical. a bandage made by folding a triangular piece of material into a band, used temporarily for a fracture or wound. /krəˈvæt/ noun 1. a scarf […]
- Cravat bandage
cravat bandage cra·vat bandage (krə-vāt’) n. A bandage made by bringing the point of a triangular bandage to the middle of the base and then folding lengthwise to the desired width.
[kreyv] /kreɪv/ verb (used with object), craved, craving. 1. to long for; want greatly; desire eagerly: to crave sweets; to crave affection. 2. to require; need: a problem craving prompt attention. 3. to ask earnestly for (something); beg for. 4. to ask (a person) earnestly for something or to do something. verb (used without object), […]