Meaning of crannied in English:

crannied

Pronunciation /ˈkranɪd/

See synonyms for crannied

adjective

See cranny

‘In the middle of Porto, the crannied city in northern Portugal, he has planted a massive crystal, pure and flawless, as though it comes from another world.’
  • ‘The performers walk, glide, stride and measure ground with their feet through a crannied landscape filled with windows, benches and stands of stage lights.’
  • ‘Alfred Tennyson made a point regarding what he called ‘flowers in the crannied wall’, saying that if he could understand them, root, branch and blossom, he would know what God and man are.’