One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Every part or aspect of something.‘the party reached into every nook and cranny of people's lives’
- ‘To some it might sound crazy to be dashing around the countryside all day, looking for birds in every nook and cranny.’
- ‘I get to visit almost every nook and cranny of Nova Scotia.’
- ‘I looked in every nook and cranny but I couldn't find him.’
- ‘And all around, lamps were positioned to invite light into the home and evict the darkness from every nook and cranny.’
- ‘The city offers spicy, tangy and lip smacking food at every nook and corner.’
- ‘On display will be dazzling jewellery from virtually every nook and cranny of the country that will be a prelude to the fall wedding season and festivities.’
- ‘I am slowly getting my fan base used to having every nook and cranny of my life exposed on film.’
- ‘Many of the state destinations attract millions of tourists from every nook and corner of the world.’
- ‘From the kick off on Friday evening it was party time all weekend with fun and merriment and top class entertainment provided in every nook and cranny in the village.’
- ‘I searched every room, every nook and cranny, but couldn't find it.’
- ‘I searched every nook and cranny in the kitchen and larder.’
- ‘Kids are exploring every nook and cranny, hoping to uncover those holiday presents.’
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