Crook ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Crook ( noun )

  1. A bend or curve in a line or surface.
  2. A criminal, especially a thief or fraudster.
  3. A deceitful or dishonest person.

Origin:

Late middle english: from old norse krókr "hook"; compare with old english crōc "hook, bent stick".

Examples:

  1. The crook in the river made a perfect spot for fishing.
  2. The crook was caught and sent to prison.
  3. He was known as a crook in the business world.
  4. The crook of her arm was a comfortable place for him to rest his head.
  5. The crook in the road was dangerous for drivers.

(As a verb)

Crook ( verb )

  1. A bend or curve in a line or surface.
  2. A criminal, especially a thief or fraudster.
  3. A deceitful or dishonest person.

Origin:

Late middle english: from old norse krókr "hook"; compare with old english crōc "hook, bent stick".

Examples:

  1. The crook in the river made a perfect spot for fishing.
  2. The crook was caught and sent to prison.
  3. He was known as a crook in the business world.
  4. The crook of her arm was a comfortable place for him to rest his head.
  5. The crook in the road was dangerous for drivers.
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