EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CROWBAR
Finally we had to dig out the crowbar and I went to work on the top.
Csar was gitting as straight as a crowbar and as grim as a gannet.
Why had Worth gone to the shed hunting a crowbar to open the door?
You use a crowbar when you want to raise a heavy object such as a rock.
Heyst yelled to the Chinaman, who was running with the crowbar in his hand.
And then, do you see me walking about with a crowbar in my hand?
They had to break it with a crowbar, but not a sound did I hear.
Micheals watched with interest as the sheriff tried to shove a crowbar under it.
And you think you could have done it with just your two hands and a shovel and a crowbar?
Torlos was looking curiously at a crowbar that had been lying in a rack on the wall.
1748, with bar (n.1), earlier simply crow (c.1400); so called from its "beak" or from resemblance to a crow's foot; or possibly it is from crows, from Old French cros, plural of croc "hook."