a crock

a crock

An obvious lie. The accusation that Peter stole the money from the register is such a crock! He's the most trustworthy and honest man I've ever met.
See also: crock

crock

verb

crock

1. n. nonsense. (From crock (of shit).) What a crock! You don’t know what you are talking about!
2. n. a drunkard. Give the old crock some money, anything to get him outa here before he barfs or something.
References in classic literature ?
"Six months ago, she used to sing like a CROCK! But do let us get by, my dear count," continues the brat, with a saucy curtsey.
On the boat going back, when the man calls "Who wants the good- looking waiter?" Tobin tried to plead guilty, feeling the desire to blow the foam off a crock of suds, but when he felt in his pocket he found himself discharged for lack of evidence.
"A shockingly ugly old creature, miss; almost as black as a crock."
Maybe a parent or grandparent could help drive the entrepreneurial spirit by designing a crock specifically for the kids or grandkids lemonade stand.
What better way to show the companies appreciation than a crock that says, "Thank you," literally.
Is this the same man who promised a crock of gold at the end of the rainbow?
RB says: He may have promised a crock of gold, but what we got was a crock of s***.
'I'd love to see Rasus develo- ping a Crock of Silver Race too for the next level of horse.
I had a crock spoil on me while we lived in Indiana--it was still too warm outside (and inside).