Looking for a clue for todays Wordle or another Word game? Look no further! We got you covered. We got quite a few plausible five letter words starting with cri.
Sometimes the solution is an uncommon word, then It’s time to learn something new. Here’s the definition of a few of these words:
Definition of crick
- A painful muscular cramp or spasm of some part of the body, as of the neck or back, making it difficult to move the part affected. (Compare catch.)
- A small jackscrew.
- To develop a crick (cramp, spasm).
- To cause to develop a crick; to create a crick in.
- To twist, bend, or contort, especially in a way that produces strain.
- A small inlet or bay, often saltwater, narrower and extending farther into the land than a cove; a recess in the shore of the sea, or of a river; the inner part of a port that is used as a dock for small boats.
- A stream of water (often freshwater) smaller than a river and larger than a brook.
- Any turn or winding.
- The creaking of a door, or a noise resembling it.
Definition of crimp
- A fastener or a fastening method that secures parts by bending metal around a joint and squeezing it together, often with a tool that adds indentations to capture the parts.
- The natural curliness of wool fibres.
- (usually in the plural) Hair that is shaped so it bends back and forth in many short kinks.
- A card game.
- To press into small ridges or folds, to pleat, to corrugate.
- To fasten by bending metal so that it squeezes around the parts to be fastened.
- To pinch and hold; to seize.
- To style hair into a crimp, to form hair into tight curls, to make it kinky.
- To bend or mold leather into shape.
- To gash the flesh, e.g. of a raw fish, to make it crisper when cooked.
- Easily crumbled; friable; brittle.
- Weak; inconsistent; contradictory.
- An agent who procures seamen, soldier, etc., especially by decoying, entrapping, impressing, or seducing them.
- (specifically) One who infringes sub-section 1 of the Merchant Shipping Act of 1854, applied to a person other than the owner, master, etc., who engages seamen without a license from the Board of Trade.
- A keeper of a low lodging house where sailors and emigrants are entrapped and fleeced.
- To impress (seamen or soldiers); to entrap, to decoy.
Definition of crims
- A criminal.
Definition of crisp
- A thin slice of fried potato eaten as a snack.
- A baked dessert made with fruit and crumb topping
- Anything baked or fried and eaten as a snack
- To make crisp.
- To become crisp.
- To cause to curl or wrinkle (of the leaves or petals of plants, for example); to form into ringlets or tight curls (of hair).
- To become curled.
- To cause to undulate irregularly (of water); to cause to ripple.
- To undulate or ripple.
- To wrinkle, contort or tense (a part of one's body).
- To become contorted or tensed (of a part of the body).
- To interweave (of the branches of trees).
- To make a sharp or harsh sound.
- To colour (something with highlights); to add small amounts of colour to (something).
- (of something seen or heard) Sharp, clearly defined.
- Brittle; friable; in a condition to break with a short, sharp fracture.
- Possessing a certain degree of firmness and freshness.
- (of weather, air etc.) Dry and cold.
- (of movement, action etc.) Quick and accurate.
- (of talk, text, etc.) Brief and to the point.
- (of wine) having a refreshing amount of acidity; having less acidity than green wine, but more than a flabby one.
- Lively; sparking; effervescing.
- Curling in stiff curls or ringlets.
- Curled by the ripple of water.
- Not using fuzzy logic; based on a binary distinction between true and false.