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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.
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be a crock of shit

rude slang To be false or ridiculous. He never came, so his promise to help us was a crock of shit! Oh, that rumor is a crock of shit. Can you believe that penalty call? What a crock of shit!
See also: crock, of, shit

a crock of shit

rude slang Something that is false or ridiculous. He never came, so his promise to help us was a crock of shit! Oh, that rumor is a crock of shit. Can you believe that penalty call? What a crock of shit!
See also: crock, of, shit

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

a crock of shit

INFORMAL, VERY RUDE
If someone describes something as a crock of shit, they mean it has no value, is of very poor quality or is completely wrong. Frankly, I think the whole poem is a crock of shit. All that stuff about us splitting up, it's such a crock of shit. Note: A crock is a clay jug or storage jar.
See also: crock, of, shit

a pot of gold

BRITISH, AMERICAN or

a crock of gold

BRITISH
COMMON If you talk about a pot of gold or a crock of gold, you mean a large amount of money that someone hopes to get in the future, or something that will bring them a large amount of money in the future. The business is now worth at least £100 billion a year — a pot of gold that attracts the most diverse people. The government and employers rejected the notion that there was a crock of gold in unpaid taxes. Note: You can also talk about a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow or a crock of gold at the end of the rainbow, with a similar meaning, though this suggests that you will never get the money. Ethan was sure there was a crock of gold waiting at the end of the rainbow if only he could get himself an agent.
See also: gold, of, pot

a ˌcrock of ˈshit

(taboo, slang, especially American English) something that is not true: ‘He told me he was working yesterday.’ ‘What a crock of shit! I saw him shopping in town!’
See also: crock, of, shit

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.

crock (of shit)

1. n. a mass of lies and deception worth no more than dung. (Usually objectionable.) That’s nothing but a crock of shit! I don’t believe a word of it.
2. n. a person who tells lies. (Rude and derogatory.) He’s just a crock of shit. He never tells the truth.
3. n. a braggart. (Rude and derogatory.) He’s such a crock. He makes everything he has done sound ten times better than it really is.
See also: crock, of, shit

crock

verb

crock someone/something up

tv. to damage or harm someone or something. I really crocked up my car last night.
See also: crock, someone, something, up

What a crock!

and WAC
exclam. & comp. abb. What a crock of shit!; What a lot of nonsense! Y3. WAC!
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