What’s the difference between a “nook” and a “cranny” ?

  1. 1)A "nook" is a corner or a small, partially enclosed area of a larger room. A "cranny" is a crack or a crevice.

  2. A nook is rather larger and you think of like a corner in a room, and slightly hidden, breakfast nook as an example. A cranny is usually just big enough for a hand. A nice size crack.

  3. Cranny doesn't own a shop to sell you the tools needed to pay off your house and build an even bigger house until you get the golden statue in front

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