See cradle.

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  • cradler — cra·dler …   English syllables

  • cradler — ˈkrād(ə)lə(r) noun ( s) Etymology: cradle (II) (to mow) + er : one that cradles (as in reaping wheat) …   Useful english dictionary

  • cradle — cradler, n. /krayd l/, n., v., cradled, cradling. n. 1. a small bed for an infant, usually on rockers. 2. any of various supports for objects set horizontally, as the support for the handset of a telephone. 3. the place where anything is nurtured …   Universalium

  • Cradle (wrestling) — An example of a cradle, done by a high school wrestler on his opponent in collegiate (or scholastic) wrestling. The cradle is a basic technique in amateur wrestling. Its name refers to the move s similarity to the way a person holds an infant in… …   Wikipedia

  • cradle — /ˈkreɪdl/ (say kraydl) noun 1. a little bed or cot for an infant, usually built on rockers. 2. the place where anything is nurtured during its early existence. 3. any of various contrivances similar to a child s cradle, as the framework on which… …   Australian English dictionary

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