Crook

Crook is Australian and New Zealand slang for feeling ill; unpleasant; bad; of poor quality.
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Crook

Crook is Australian and New Zealand slang for feeling ill; unpleasant; bad; of poor quality.
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Crook

A crook is a small tube, usually curved, applied to a trumpet, horn, etc., to change its pitch or key.
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crook

[n] - a long staff with one end being hook shaped 2. [v] - bend or cause to bend
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Crook

Crook (krok) noun [ Middle English crok ; akin to Icelandic krokr hook, bend, SW. krok , Danish krog , OD. krooke ; or confer Gael. crocan crook, hook, W. crwca crooked. Confer Crosier , Crotchet , Crutch , Encroach .]
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Crook

Crook transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Crooked (kr??kt); present participle & verbal noun Crooking .] [ Middle English croken ; confer Swedish kr...ka , Danish kr...ge . See Crook, n...
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Crook

Crook intransitive verb To bend; to curve; to wind; to have a curvature. ' The port . . . crooketh like a bow.' Phaer. « Their shoes and pattens are snouted, and piked more than a finger long, crooking upwards. Camden. »
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crook

shepherd`s crook noun a long staff with one end being hook shaped
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crook

verb bend or cause to bend; `He crooked his index finger`; `the road curved sharply`
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Crook

• (n.) A bishop`s staff of office. Cf. Pastoral staff. • (n.) To turn from a straight line; to bend; to curve. • (n.) A person given to fraudulent practices; an accomplice of thieves, forgers, etc. • (n.) An artifice; trick; tricky device; subterfuge. • (n.) A small tube, usually curved, applied to a trumpet, horn, etc., to...
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crook

in brass musical instruments, detachable piece of metal tubing inserted between the mouthpiece and the main tubing or in the middle of the tubing to ... [2 related articles]
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crook

a thief, criminal, swindler
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Crook

A lumber defect where there is an edgewise warp effecting the straightness of the board
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Crook

[music] A crook, also sometimes called a shank, is an exchangeable segment of tubing in a natural horn (or other brass instrument, such as a natural trumpet) which is used to change the length of the pipe, altering the fundamental pitch and harmonic series which the instrument can sound, and thus the key in which it plays. ==Master crook an...
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Crook

Crook is another name for criminal. Crook or Crooks may also refer to: == Places == == Surnames == ==Entertainment== == Other uses == == See also == ...
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crook

see shepherd's crook.
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crook

a tree defect characterized by a sharp bend in the main stem.
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Crook

[surname] Crook is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: ...
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