cranky - Writers' Dictionary

How to hyphenate cranky

cranky is hyphenated as crank-y

How to pronounce cranky

cranky is pronounced ´kr ăŋkēː

Number of syllables in cranky

The number of syllables in cranky is 2

What part of speech in cranky?

cranky is an adjective

How common in the word cranky?

cranky is not ranked in the list of most common words in English

What sentiment does cranky convey?

not ranked

Words with similar spelling to cranky

branky, cracky, crankly, cranny

Synonyms of 'cranky'

bitchy, cankered, crank, daft, different, difficult, disappointed, envious, fey, mean, resentful, vagrant, wanton, wacky, vinegarish, variant, vagarious, unsatisfied, unrestrained, unreasonable, unnatural, unhappy, uneasy, unconventional, uncongenial, ugly, touchy, temperamental, strange, splenetic, spleeny, spiteful, snappish, singular, short-tempered, screwy, screwball, revolutionary, restless, restive, repugnant, renitent, recalcitrant, rebellious, reactionary, ratty, quirky, quick-tempered, querulous, queer, petulant, perverse, peevish, peculiar, ornery, oppugnant, oddball, odd, nutty, notional, nonconformist, negative, Moody, malcontent, kooky, kinky, irritable, irregular, irascible, inimical, inharmonious, incompatible, immiscible, idiosyncratic, idiocratic, huffy, huffish, hot-tempered, hostile, harebrained, gruff, grouchy, grating, funny, froward, freakish, fractious, flaky, feisty, faultfinding, fantastic, fanciful, excitable, exceptional, erratic, eccentric, Dotty, divergent, dissonant, dissident, dissatisfied, disproportionate, disharmonious, disgruntled, discrepant, discordant, discontented, disagreeable, deviant, daffy, cussed, cuckoo, crusty, crotchety, cross-grained, Cross, crazy, crazed, crackers, cracked, crackbrained, crabby, crabbing, crabbed, contrary, contradictory, contentious, churlish, choleric, capricious, cantankerous, breakaway, bearish, arbitrary, antipathetic, antagonistic, anomalous, abnormal, whiny, whimsical, weird, wayward, waspish, unharmonious, unfulfilled, tetchy, testy, surly, sulky