different between crawly vs crawls

crawly

English

Etymology

From crawl +? -y.

Pronunciation

  • Homophones: Crawley

Adjective

crawly (comparative crawlier, superlative crawliest)

  1. Crawling around.
    a crawly insect
  2. As if covered in moving things such as insects.
    a crawly sensation

Related terms

  • creepy-crawly

crawly From the web:

  • crawly meaning
  • what causes crawly skin
  • what causes crawly legs
  • what does crawling mean
  • what causes crawly feeling on face
  • what causes crawly feelings
  • what is crawly sensation
  • what does crawly


crawls

English

Noun

crawls

  1. plural of crawl

Verb

crawls

  1. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of crawl

Anagrams

  • scrawl

French

Noun

crawls m

  1. plural of crawl

Swedish

Noun

crawls

  1. indefinite genitive singular of crawl

crawls From the web:

  • what crawls on four legs at dawn
  • what crawls in the sea
  • what crawls in the morning riddle
  • what crawls on dogs
  • what crawls in your mouth at night
  • what crawls and has wings
  • what crawls on all fours in the morning
  • types of crawls
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