Noun(1) a baby bed with sides and rockers(2) where something originated or was nurtured in its early existence(3) birth of a person(4) a trough that can be rocked back and forth; used by gold miners to shake auriferous earth in water in order to separate the gold
Verb(1) hold gently and carefully(2) bring up from infancy(3) hold or place in or as if in a cradle(4) cut grain with a cradle scythe(5) wash in a cradle(6) run with the stick
(1) Slip it into a cradle at a desk and fire up a full-sized keyboard and screen.(2) Calamity struck when the cradle on the trailer collapsed and crushed her boat.(3) Glasgow might be the perceived cradle of cutting-edge art, but Edinburgh is no longer the staid sister it once was.(4) a society that would secure the welfare of its citizens from cradle to grave(5) Lifting the small child from the wicker cradle , Julius lifted his daughter high for all to see.(6) He reached across his bed and lifted the phone from its cradle .(7) the baby slept peacefully in its cradle(8) The pod and its cradle were resting on a maintenance table that is authorized for transporting equipment within the shop area.(9) Cameron jumped up and went to get the phone from the cradle in the kitchen.(10) Logitech cleverly ships a charging cradle for their high-end cordless mice.(11) In all their growing years, from the cradle until their 18th birthday, no one will ever, in any purposeful way, have said ├ö├ç├┐No├ö├ç├û to them.(12) He has a sweet tooth like mine, but then again I joke that I was spoon-fed sugar from the cradle by my grandfather.(13) A person's journey from the cradle to the grave should be filled with joyous revelation, not filibustering and legislation.(14) Rolling out of the bed on opposite sides, we each grabbed a screaming baby from the cradle at the foot of the bed.(15) Hanging up herself Elizabeth replaced her phone in its cradle beside her bed and threw off the covers.(16) the welfare state was set up to provide care from the cradle to the grave
1. crib ::
2. birthplace ::
Kote li fèt
3. place of origin ::
plas ki gen orijin
4. rocker ::
5. hold ::
Different Formscradle, cradled, cradles, cradling
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