Crock

Crock is British slang for a person or thing, such as a car, that is old or decrepit.
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Crock

Crock is British slang for a person or thing, such as a car, that is old or decrepit.
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Crock

[dishware] A crock is a pottery container sometimes used for food and water, synonymous with the word pot, and sometimes used for chemicals. Derivative terms include crockery and crock-pot. A gypsy`s crock is a (traditionally three-legged) cooking pot. ...
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Crock

[comic strip] Crock is an American comic strip created by Bill Rechin, Don Wilder and Brant Parker depicting the French Foreign Legion. The strip was created in 1975 and is distributed by King Features Syndicate. It is currently drawn by Kevin Rechin and written by Bob Morgan, who took over the strip following the death of Bill Rechin in 20
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crock

[n] - an earthen jar (made of baked clay) 2. [v] - release color when rubbed, of badly dyed fabric 3. [v] - soil with soot
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Crock

Used in the ground to hold water for pumping sump pumps.
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Crock

Crock (krŏk) noun [ Confer W. croeg cover, Scot. crochit covered.] The loose black particles collected from combustion, as on pots and kettles, or in a chimney; soot; smut; also, coloring matter which rubs off from cloth.
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Crock

Crock transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Crocked (krŏkt); present participle & verbal noun Crocking .] To soil by contact, as with soot, or with the coloring matter of badly dyed cloth.
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Crock

Crock intransitive verb To give off crock or smut.
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Crock

Crock noun A low stool. 'I . . . seated her upon a little crock .' Tatler.
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Crock

Crock noun [ Anglo-Saxon croc , croca , crog , croh ; akin to Dutch kruik , German krug , Icelandic krukka , Danish krukke , Swedish kruka ; but confer W. crwc bucket, pail, crochan pot, cregen earthen vessel, ja
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Crock

Crock transitive verb To lay up in a crock; as, to crock butter. Halliwell.
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crock

earthenware jar noun an earthen jar (made of baked clay)
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crock

noun nonsense; foolish talk; `that`s a crock`
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crock

verb soil with or as with crock
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crock

verb release color when rubbed, of badly dyed fabric
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Crock

• (v. t.) To soil by contact, as with soot, or with the coloring matter of badly dyed cloth. • (v. i.) To give off crock or smut. • (n.) The loose black particles collected from combustion, as on pots and kettles, or in a chimney; soot; smut; also, coloring matter which rubs off from cloth. • (n.) Any piece of crockery, especial
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Crock

A style term referencing the early days of Cold Pack cheese when it often was packaged in a glazed clay crock. Today, you may still find Cold Pack cheese packaged in such a container.
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Crock

A large-mouthed, cylindrical, earthenware vessel, glazed to contain liquid. The best sizes for winemaking are 1-1/2 gallon, 3 gallons, and 6 gallons; these adequately handle the ingredients for any 1 gallon-, 2 gallon-, or 5 gallon-batch recipe.
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Crock

A piece of broken flowerpot used at the bottom of a container to improve drainage.
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