Cran"kle (kr?n"k'l), v. t. [Cf. Crinkle.]

To break into bends, turns, or angles; to crinkle.

Old Veg's stream . . . drew her humid train aslope, Crankling her banks. J. Philips.


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Cran"kle, v. i.

To bend, turn, or wind.

Along the crankling path. Drayton.


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Cran"kle, n.

A bend or turn; a twist; a crinkle.


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