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- n. A place or part of a place, especially small or remote.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. something remote
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It was very nearly dawn before the last of the yellowing hurricane lanterns which had been bobbing over the saltings and in every nook and cranny of Mystery Mile all night took the path across the park and came to a stop outside the big kitchen door at the back of the hall.
Its every nook and cranny apparently lay filled with physic and restorative to bind up rents from the outside.
All he can do — all any of the Guild can do — is survey every nook and cranny of the vast Didionite capital city with windsight and hope to encounter me while I’m visible, just as though they were hunting me by ordinary means.”
Every nook and cranny glowed with butter lamps, and in little saucers powders were burning that caused the air to smell like orange groves and gardens.
It was lined with hardtack; the mattress was stuffed with hardtack; every nook and cranny was filled with hardtack.
She had emptied two trunks and filled every nook and cranny of the walnut tallboy in the corner when she became aware of a most curious sensation.