Synonym: bray, comminute, compaction, crackle, cranch, craunch, crush, grind, mash, munch, scranch, scraunch. Similar words: scrunch, punch, bunch, lunch, launch, truncated, staunch, unchangeable. Meaning: [krʌntʃ] n. 1. the sound of something crunching 2. a critical situation that arises because of a shortage (as a shortage of time or money or resources) 3. the act of crushing. v. 1. make crunching noises 2. press or grind with a crunching noise 3. chew noisily 4. reduce to small pieces or particles by pounding or abrading.
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1, The car drew up with a crunch of gravel.
2, The only sound was the crunch of tyres on gravel.
3, If it comes to the crunch they'll support us.
4, There was a crunch as he bit the apple.
5, I heard a loud crunch.
6, The crunch came when she returned from America.
7, When it came to the crunch , she couldn't agree to marry him.
8, The crunch is that we can't afford to go abroad this year.
9, He can rely on my support when the crunch comes.
10, The administration's policy seems to crunch the economy in order to combat inflation.
11, It is too much trouble to crunch a file unless you use it often.
12, The crunch came when she was forced to choose between her marriage and her career.
13, The computer will crunch all the numbers to determine the final score.
14, The car skidded and we could hear the crunch of metal against metal.
15, The crunch came when my bank asked for my credit card back.
16, If it comes to the crunch, I'll resign over this.
17, The Agriculture Secretary goes into a crunch meeting with senior ministers in Brussels tomorrow.
18, Higher grain prices are putting a crunch on cattle feeders.
19, The woods were silent apart from the crunch of our feet in the snow.
20, The Prime Minister is expected to call a crunch meeting on Monday.
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22, She heard the crunch of tires on the gravel driveway.
23, At crunch time the team really pulled together.
24, Acknowledging the time crunch, Rep.
25, In the stillness footsteps crunch on snow.
26, She could almost hear the crunch they made.
27, Cost cutting had enabled the organization to survive a previous cash crunch.
28, Three new teachers were hired to help ease the crunch.
29, His spade cleaved the firm sand with a satisfying crunch.
30, He always says he'll help, but when it comes to the crunch, he does nothing.
More similar words: scrunch, punch, bunch, lunch, launch, truncated, staunch, unchangeable, run, crush, crust, cruise, accrue, run out, trunk, run off, crucial, recruit, scrutiny, run down, on the run, runner, run into, run out of, run over, scrub brush, scrupulous, run after, inscrutable, excruciating.