Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of uncrook.
  • adj. Not crooked; straight.

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Examples

  • Or, when a man wins a presidential race legally and uncrooked when some of his supporters have even been seen outside with night sticks, is this going to be the future of our true free america?

    Live Blogging the House and Senate Races - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com

  • ’ As by now all his fingers were used up, he uncrooked all his fingers and went on: ‘This is the theoretical view; but I imagine you have done me the honour to apply to me in order to learn its application in practice.

    Chapter V. Part IV

  • He shook hands as with one of his own sex, spine uncrooked; he greeted them with level voice, not as one who addresses a thing afraid of sound.

    Our Friend the Charlatan

  • Aaron Jasinski's expressive illustrations bring a sly raffishness to the characters, counteracting the Magic Kingdom cheerfulness of this unusually uncrooked Prague.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Suspicion is the latest and most difficult lesson of the honest and uncrooked mind.

    Imogen A Pastoral Romance

  • Buyer beware sounds great if you have an uncrooked lawyer in your pocket.

    Tyee - Home

  • As by now all his fingers were used up, he uncrooked all his fingers and went on: “This is the theoretical view; but I imagine you have done me the honor to apply to me in order to learn its application in practice.

    Anna Karenina

  • As by now all his fingers were used up, he uncrooked all his fingers and went on: "This is the theoretical view; but I imagine you have done me the honor to apply to me in order to learn its application in practice.

    Anna Karenina

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