[krey-ving] /ˈkreɪ vɪŋ/
great or eager desire; yearning.
an intense desire or longing
“urgent desires,” 17c., from craving, verbal noun from crave.
[kraw] /krɔ/ noun 1. the crop of a bird or insect. 2. the stomach of an animal. Idioms 3. stick in one’s craw, to cause considerable or abiding resentment; rankle: She said I was pompous, and that really stuck in my craw. /krɔː/ noun 1. a less common word for crop (sense 6) 2. the […]
[kraw-dad] /ˈkrɔˌdæd/ noun 1. (def 1).
[kraw-dad-ee] /ˈkrɔˌdæd i/ noun, plural crawdaddies. 1. .
[kraw-fish] /ˈkrɔˌfɪʃ/ noun, plural (especially collectively) crawfish (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) crawfishes. 1. . verb (used without object), crawfished, crawfishing. 2. Informal. to back out or retreat from a position or undertaking. /ˈkrɔːˌfɪʃ/ noun (pl) -fish, -fishes 1. a variant (esp US) of crayfish (sense 2) n. 1620s, generally dismissed […]