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How to spell CRAONS correctly?

If you are seeing "craons" as a misspelling, it is likely that you actually meant "crayons". It's an easy mistake to make, but the correct spelling is important. Other suggestions could include "cranes" or "crowns", depending on the context.

List of suggestions on how to spell craons correctly

  • CAINS
  • canons The canons of the church are officially recognized rules and teachings.
  • cans I need cans for the project.
  • capons The restaurant served roasted capons stuffed with herbs and fruits.
  • carbons The carbons in the gasoline make it burn.
  • cartons I packed all of the shopping into large boxes and delivered them to the customer's house in the cartons.
  • cons I cannot believe you cons me!
  • crane The construction company used a massive crane to lift and place each concrete slab for the foundation of the new building.
  • cranes The city was blanketed in a haze of smog as the trucks belched acid fumes and the cranes in the skyline
  • cranks My bike's cranks kept squeaking, so I took it to the mechanic for a tune-up.
  • crass It's crass to make jokes about someone's appearance.
  • CRAWS
  • crayons I grabbed the box of crayons from under the cabinet.
  • creon Creon is a significant character in the well-known Greek tragedy Antigone.
  • crone The old crone lives in the tiny cottage at the edge of the forest.
  • crones The birds looked at the crones with disdain.
  • cronus The god Cronus ruled over Tartarus, the underworld.
  • crony My grandfather was a crony of the president.
  • croon He loved to croon old jazz standards while cooking in the kitchen.
  • cross The two roads cross each other at the end of the block.
  • Crowns
  • Crows Crows are known for their distinctive cawing sound.
  • Grains I eat grains every day.
  • Rains It often rains in the Pacific Northwest during the winter months.

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