nook

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A small corner formed by two walls; an alcove or recess or ancone

There was a small broom for sweeping ash kept in the nook between the fireplace bricks and the wall.

A hidden or secluded spot

The back of the used book shop was one of her favorite nooks; she could read for hours and no one would bother her or pester her to buy.

{n} a corner, covert, retreat, part of land
an interior angle formed be two meeting walls; "a piano was in one corner of the room"
A narrow place formed by an angle in bodies or between bodies; a corner; a recess; a secluded retreat
a sheltered and secluded place
{i} corner; hideaway; cranny (Colloquial)
A nook is a small and sheltered place. We found a seat in a little nook, and had some lunch. emphasis If you talk about every nook and cranny of a place or situation, you mean every part or every aspect of it. Boxes are stacked in every nook and cranny at the factory. Cole's vast knowledge of the nooks and crannies of British politics. = corner
nook and cranny
A place or part of a place, especially small or remote
nook or cranny
A part of a place, especially small or remote

There's not a nook or cranny that I haven't looked in.

nook and cranny
something remote; "he explored every nook and cranny of science"
nook and cranny
something remote; "he explored every nook and cranny of science
any nook or cranny
Any part of a place; anywhere
any old nook or cranny
Alternative form of any nook or cranny
every old nook and cranny
Alternative form of every nook and cranny
nooks
plural of nook
nook
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