- n. Plural form of crick.
“When I moved to Wyoming back in '81 I learned about "cricks".”
“I knew he always had 'cricks' in different parts of his anatomy, but I never heard about his feeling all-gone, before.”
“They shivered through endless galleries, getting 'cricks' in their necks staring at frescoes, and injuring their optic nerves poring over pictures so old that often nothing was visible but a mahogany-coloured leg, an oily face, or the dim outline of a green saint in a whirlwind of pink angels.”
“This was just ahead of a cricked neck - set off by simple movements such as sleeping in an unusual position or brushing teeth - which results in five 'cricks' a year, 393 over 78.5 years.”
“I know he always had 'cricks' in different parts of his anatomy, but I never heard about his feeling all-gone, before.”
“On some days, the urge to stare at the paintings was too strong and she would have to rub her neck for the rest of the day because of the cricks.”
““Nothing like a good fight to get the cricks out.””
“Here in west central indiana the deer arnt very active yet and there arnt many corn fields that have been picked yet but its gettn cooler and the rut is about a week off so im huntin feild edges the deer gotta leave the corn sometime there aint no ponds or cricks in the feilds to drink from”
“She went up in those cricks & hollers were all those inbred, possum eating, illiterates live.”
“My dog was always too heavy and hot for me to feel comfortable sleeping with her, but I have enjoyed sleeping with my cat, which is perfect except I become so conscious of her comfort I cease to move, leaving me with various cricks in the joints.”
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