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crack up (informal) to break into uncontrollable laughter. [2 definitions]
crack-up a collision of a vehicle; crash. [2 definitions]
-cracy rule; government.
cradle a baby's bed, usu. mounted on rockers. [6 definitions]
cradlesong a lullaby.
-craft skill or practice involving (something specified).
craft an activity or occupation that involves skill with the hands. [7 definitions]
craftsman a man who practices a craft or skilled trade; artisan. [2 definitions]
craftsperson a craftsman or craftswoman.
craftswoman a woman who practices a craft or skilled trade; artisan. [2 definitions]
craft union a labor union whose members are workers in the same craft or trade.
crafty having or using sly or cunning shrewdness.
crag a steeply jutting or overhanging mass of rock, as on a mountain or headland.
craggy marked by or having crags; rugged, steep, or rough. [2 definitions]
crake any of several long-legged, short-billed rails.
cram to fill (something) by force to or beyond its natural capacity. [8 definitions]
cramp1 (sometimes pl.) a painful and debilitating contraction or spasm of any muscle of the body. [3 definitions]
cramp2 a device for holding or clamping buildings materials together, consisting of a bar with fixed or adjustable arms at each end. [6 definitions]
cramped lacking room or space, as for movement or placement.
crampfish see "electric ray."
crampon an iron hook or curved bar for lifting heavy objects, usu. used in pairs. [2 definitions]