Crook - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- a circular segment of a curve (syn: bend, turn, twist)
He crooked his finger at us and led us to the table.
...the road suddenly crooked to the left...
He thinks politicians are just a bunch of crooks.
The squirrel sat in the crook of the tree.
The crooks got away across the park.
He crooked his index finger
A cunning and malicious crook who suckered him without half trying.
...some small-time crook who was selling snide gems to gullible tourists...
The police are going to get these guys, by hook or by crook.
I tell you that man is a crook!
I'll pass this course by hook or by crook
present participle: crooking
past tense: crooked
past participle: crooked
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