[kroo k-id for 1–4, 6; kroo kt for 5] /ˈkrʊk ɪd for 1–4, 6; krʊkt for 5/
not straight; bending; curved:
a crooked path.
The picture on the wall seems to be crooked.
a man with a crooked back.
not straightforward; dishonest.
bent and often raised or moved to one side, as a finger or neck.
(of a coin) polygonal:
a crooked sixpence.
bent, angled or winding
set at an angle; not straight
deformed or contorted
(informal) dishonest or illegal
(Austral, informal) crooked on (also) (krʊkt). hostile or averse to
Nonsense; lies and exaggerations; mendacious cant; bullshit: characterized reports of TJ Club activity in Weinstein’s campaign as a ”crock of shit”/ Asked about Burns’s contention, he replied, ”That’s a crock of shit” (1940s+)
[kroo k] /krʊk/ adjective, Australian. 1. sick or feeble. 2. ill-humored; angry. 3. out of order; functioning improperly. 4. unsatisfactory; disappointing. /krʊk/ noun 1. a curved or hooked thing 2. a staff with a hooked end, such as a bishop’s crosier or shepherd’s staff 3. a turn or curve; bend 4. (informal) a dishonest person, […]
[kroo k-uh-ree] /ˈkrʊk ə ri/ noun 1. the activities and dealings of crooks; crooked practices.
noun, Physics. 1. the dark space between the cathode glow and the negative glow in a vacuum tube, occurring when the pressure is low.
[kroo k-sahyt] /ˈkrʊk saɪt/ noun 1. a rare mineral, selenide of copper, thallium, and silver, (Cu, Tl, Ag) 2 Se, occurring in steel-gray, compact masses.