American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Informal A crocodile.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In old armament: The hooked rest from which the harquebuse or musket was fired.
- n. A mace of simple form.
- n. A cutting weapon with a hook-shaped blade, or with a hook attached to the blade, as in some forms of halberd or partizan which had a sharp hook at the back.
- n. informal A crocodile.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. informal a contraction for crocodile.
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“Although Chito confesses it took many years for him to feel safe fooling around with the dangerous creature, he is now able to roll around in the water with Pocho and have fun, as though the croc were a pet dog.”
“Since July, a fisherman went missing, and a croc is a prime suspect.”
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“At first I thought the croc was a green duck, then I saw the teeth and was like: OHSNAP!”
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