Synonyms for crouch
Antonyms for crouch
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Her mate had slowly relaxed from his crouch and was watching her.
His brutality had made the delicacy in her crouch and sicken.
He seemed to crouch on his chair, and the hand that held the paper shook.
The birds, the insects even, all life seemed to crouch, hushed and expectant.
But out of the tail of my eye I saw him crouch, ready to leap.
Wherever he had elected to crouch and tremble, it was too hazardous to go near him.
I could read the sinister intent in the crouch of his shoulders.
He continued to crouch and looked up at his master with doglike eyes.
Then I comes the Nelson crouch, and rips a few cross-overs in where they'd do the most good.
A startled grunt warned Lennon to dodge back a step and crouch.
late 14c., probably from Old French crochir "become bent, crooked," from croche "hook" (see crochet). Related: Crouched; crouching. As a noun, from 1590s.