crocked


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crock up

To damage or hurt someone or something. A noun or pronoun can be used between "crock" and "up." Our fence is crocked up because our neighbor ran into it with his tractor.
See also: crock, up

crock someone or something up

Sl. to damage or harm someone or something. The accident crocked me up a bit. I really crocked up my car last night.
See also: crock, up

crocked

(krɑkt)
mod. alcohol intoxicated. Oh, my God! You’re crocked again!

half-crocked

mod. alcohol intoxicated. Sam and John set out to get half-crocked.
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And the Bulgarian star blames evil spirits for the horror injury he suffered against St Johnstone as he was crocked just seconds after a lucky charm fell off his wrist.
I don't want interested clubs to think I am crocked.
Scotland chief Brown will decide today whether to call in more players as cover for the crocked duo.
DUNDEE star Bryan Deasley is facing surgery to fix his crocked ankle.
Crocked stopper Denis Irwin can't wait to step back into the Manchester United firing line now he's set for a New Year return.
But last night Asprilla denied he was crocked and vowed to join Kevin Keegan's Geordie revolution in the next two weeks.
But the stopper was crocked in the 3-2 weekend victory over Stuttgart.
The Bundesliga bigguns feared their star midfielder would be crocked for a month after suffering a knee injury two weeks ago.
Andy Legg could be set to make his home international debut for Wales against the Dutch on Saturday- if crocked team- mate Mark Penbridge fails a fitness test.
Scotland's Euro '96 build-up was in tatters last night after Duncan Ferguson, Andy Goram and Tosh McKinlay were all crocked for Wednesday's clash with Australia.