crutch[ kruhch ]SEE DEFINITION OF crutch
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CRUTCH
But just as the former is not necessarily a crutch, so the latter was not necessarily a cross.
With these words he took an iron poker and fashioned it into a crutch for himself.
How he tried all kinds of artifices, as he leaned on his crutch, and all in vain!
The "knocker-up" lifted his crutch and with the upper end of it he battered at the dog's brains.
The publican, who carried a stick, was drunk, and the "knocker-up" was staggering on a crutch.
"But he couldn't walk without his crutch," M. Binet insisted.
Give me that crutch; let me have one lick at him, for the love of Mary.
No—if he only gets the crutch and the came, I will make the patch for his eye, to-night.
And then he told me to help Petie down with the crutch, but not go into the room.
In spite of himself, the Forecaster's glance fell on the crutch.