14 antonyms found


[kɹˈe͡ɪn], [kɹˈe‍ɪn], [k_ɹ_ˈeɪ_n]


bear, depress, descend, dip, drop, fall, lower, pitch, plunge, press, push, sink, slip, submerge.

Usage examples:

  1. Although successful, we had lost two of our men, Smoky Day and White Crane and this incident, although hardly unexpected, darkened our peaceful sky. "Indian Boyhood",[AKA Ohiyesa], Charles A. Eastman.
  2. That's plain as your nose, Mirandy Crane "The Crisis, Complete",Winston Churchill Last Updated: March 6, 2009.
  3. The crane had alighted on the very summit of a straight and lofty tree, and there she sat, unconscious of the danger at hand. "The Bushman Life in a New Country",Edward Wilson Landor.

Rhymes for Crane:

  1. ordain, train, romaine, contain, maine, sustain, champagne, ukraine, romain, inane, domain, arcane, wayne, restrain, plane, champaign, detain, gain, pain, drain, complain, wain, bahrain, mane, constrain, refrain, remain, mundane, stain, rein, obtain, sprain, reign, vain, explain, rogaine, germane, vane, butane, main, preordain, bane, champlain, hussein, grain, urbane, rain, fain, maintain, pertain, cocaine, feign, jain, ingrain, wane, pane, brain, strain, humane, slain, paine, swain, disdain, retain, attain, plain, campaign, chain, cane, spain, lorraine, regain, sane, twain, arraign, deign, vein, profane, insane;
  2. again, abstain, amain;
  3. ascertain, inhumane, entertain, aquitaine;
  4. legerdemain;

Quotes for Crane:

  1. wise man should restrain senses like crane and accomplish purpose due knowledge of place, time and ability. Chanakya.
  2. I made a musical in beginning of career, have crane shots and tracking shots and people coming out of and whatever, but techniques are something that left behind me. Lars von Trier.
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