Thesaurus / crooked

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He cited “the crooked Democratic machine,” which has been in decline for years.

In a town full of Bernini masterpieces, the modest jack-o-lanterns I sculpt—their crooked smiles and woefully off-center eyes—are hailed as true wonders.

I turned around and he grinned at me, his teeth as crooked as mine.

We continue along a trail sketched through the sand and bristling grasses until we arrive at a promising stand of old oaks with thick, crooked limbs.

And he had a crooked, embarrassed smile that was a delight to see.

IT and Other StoriesGouverneur Morris

It was so crooked that when you started to ride on it youd meet yourself coming back.

Frank Merriwell's AlarmBurt L. Standish

Why, I'm plain, and old and blind and crooked—but he don't know it.

This morning I saw him hold up two fingers, the third crooked, in sign of the remaining "two and a stump."

He is small, clean-shaven, with a crooked nose and a noticeable blink.

But unless you are what they call in this country a 'crooked' crook, you are standing in your own light.

The Real ManFrancis Lynde

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