Cradle [noun]

Definition of Cradle:

small bed for baby

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Sentence/Example of Cradle:

Hot blue stars kicked out of their cradles may explain a mysterious ultraviolet glow that surrounds the disks of many spiral galaxies.

It sat last week in a special cradle among an estimated 300,000 other items housed in the 300,000 square feet of Navy storage space in Building 54 at the sprawling Defense Supply Center.

The wand and charging cradle are included in the first delivery.

It includes portafilter cradle which makes it more like a professional cafe grinder.

That the development of agriculture and proliferation of human civilization has only occurred within the cradle of the Holocene’s mild and stable climate is widely considered no coincidence.

She rose comforted, and drawing the baby's cradle out into the veranda, seated herself at her embroidery.

The scarlet calico canopy was again set up over the bed, and the woven cradle, on its red manzanita frame, stood near.

When the funeral was over, and they returned to their desolate home, at the sight of the empty cradle Ramona broke down.

From its very cradle socialism showed the double aspect which has distinguished it ever since.

Oh, yes,—he has served me from my cradle; and his plain honest heart feels for his mistress's fallen fortunes, and is heavy.