Definition of 'crocked'
Example sentences containing 'crocked'
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Which crocked star do they miss most? The Sun (2014)England's crocked stars are already fit and preparing for action again. The Sun (2008)The crocked striker is on 25,000 a week. The Sun (2012)Insurers have said claims could run into millions for the crocked stars but the policies for the show do not cover future loss of earnings. The Sun (2016)The crocked star clearly puts all his weight on it as he lifts a dog into the car in Liverpool. The Sun (2006)With all his defenders crocked and precious little up front, the last thing he needs is another cup run. The Sun (2014)Who's Gunner be next crocked star? The Sun (2009)As for Derby, it is now five games without a win as they count the cost of their crocked strikers. The Sun (2015)She landed in the bottom two with rapper Vanilla Ice after struggling through her second routine on painkillers for a crocked knee. The Sun (2011)
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Used Rarely. crocked is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Definition of crocked from the Collins English Dictionary
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