from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Slang Intoxicated; drunk.
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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of crock.
- adj. injured (of a person)
- adj. broken (of a thing)
- adj. drunk (of a person)
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. drunk, inebriated. Opposite of
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. very drunk
It was very heavy and not very warm, ornamented with a showy pattern in black disks, and trimmed around the collar and the edges with some kind of black wool that "crocked" badly in snow or rain.
It was very heavy and not very warm, orna - mented with a showy pattern in black disks, and trimmed around the collar and the edges with some kind of black wool that "crocked" badly in snow or rain.
Europe could have been organised around floating exchange rates rather than a single currency, but the vast overhang of private debt alongside crocked banks demands similar medicine.
A Christian religious fanatic deliberately crocked the deal by leading a noisy pirate raid on Mecca.
Leaning against a wall in the weighing room after his last ride, he played down the threat of that fall, saying he knew immediately that he had not been crocked again.
I assume that he means just in case a bottle is corked — not that he and his wife plan to get crocked.
I also know white people there that will say they hurt their backs and get crocked lawyer and doctor and about a year later they will throw away the cane and those that know him will say he got his social security supplemental income check he threw away the cane and laugh about it when they know it was a farce.
Heads Up to the Feds: Tom Delay will be on Dancing with the Stars (a crocked wanabe one in this case).
In the crocked world of politics, sometimes people develope a concious and I do believe this is the case.
SIBLING RIVALRY Are Aberdeen's mercurial perma-crocked winger Sone Aluko and his even-more-skillful sister Eniola the only brother and sister with full international caps?