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The green silk lining of my sun-hat crocked and ran down my face in emerald rivulets.
WHERE THE STRANGE TRAILS GO DOWNE. ALEXANDER POWELL
Personally, I cant do much, because mother has crocked up and Ive got to run the Deanery.
THE ROUGH ROADWILLIAM JOHN LOCKE
We had our limbers and waggons chock full o' details—fellers who'd been wounded or crocked up.
LEAVES FROM A FIELD NOTE-BOOKJ. H. MORGAN
After the pots have been crocked some growers add a layer of half-inch bones, which aid the plants and insure free drainage.
THE CULTURE OF VEGETABLES AND FLOWERS FROM SEEDS AND ROOTS, 16TH EDITIONSUTTON AND SONS
Higginson was coming with me, but as you know he's crocked up and won't be out of bed for a month.
THE PIT PROP SYNDICATEFREEMAN WILLS CROFTS
They jostled and crocked against one another, rolled over and stopped.
LOCAL COLORIRVIN S. COBB
Is this some of the vintage you crocked poor old Hinton with?
KATHLEENCHRISTOPHER MORLEY
Well, is it all rot, or did you—­you know what I mean—­sham a crocked wrist?
MIKEP. G. WODEHOUSE
Im crocked, and cant travel fast, but I can hold those devils back.
THE LADY OF NORTH STAROTTWELL J. BINNS
The dusk of evening had fallen and crocked the white marble and blurred the lettered legends around us.
THE LIGHT IN THE CLEARINGIRVING BACHELLER
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO CROCKED

  • bashed
  • boozed up
  • buzzed
  • crocked
  • feeling no pain
  • flying
  • high
  • inebriated
  • juiced
  • laced
  • liquored up
  • lit
  • plastered
  • seeing double
  • sloshed
  • stewed
  • stoned
  • tanked
  • three sheets to the wind
  • tipsy
  • totaled
  • under the influence
  • under-the-table
  • wasted
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