Charles. 1852–1938, British dog breeder, who organized the first (1886) of the annual dog shows known as Cruft’s
(back-formation from “crufty”) Anything unpleasant that accumulates over time. Also used as a verb, as in cruft together, hand cruft.
- Cruft together
jargon To hack together though with the suggestion that the result may be cruft. [Jargon File] (2006-01-19)
[krooz] /kruz/ verb (used without object), cruised, cruising. 1. to sail about on a pleasure trip. 2. to sail about, as a warship patrolling a body of water. 3. to travel about without a particular purpose or destination. 4. to fly, drive, or sail at a constant speed that permits maximum operating efficiency for sustained […]
[kroo k-shangk] /ˈkrʊkˌʃæŋk/ noun 1. George, 1792–1878, English illustrator, caricaturist, and painter. /ˈkrʊkˌʃæŋk/ noun 1. George. 1792–1878, English illustrator and caricaturist
noun 1. . noun 1. an automobile used by police officers, equipped with a radiotelephone for communicating with police headquarters.