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A sentence with the word crook

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Joe felt intense pain in the crook of his neck.


The crook thought he wanted to grapple with me.


You cannot start a sentence with the word crook unless you use an article of speech or an adjective first.The crook planned his next heist.A crook is bound to be caught.One crook in town is bad enough, let alone a gang of crooks.


It was palpable that she was going to escape from the crook that night.


That crook stole my wallet


That crook really thinks the public will re-elect him!


Example sentence - The officer placed the crook under arrest for forcible entry into the building.


Example sentence for the verb to assert: I wish to assert that I had no part in the attempted cover-up. I am not a crook!


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By hook or by crook, I'm determined to get into Harvard medical school.


A shepherd's crook is "une crosse de berger" in French.


You cannot trust him, he is a CROOK; last time we played poker he cheated me out of £500!


Derives from an Old English word meaning 'dishonest trick', From the 19th Century, American English uses the word to denote a swindler


It was obvious to tell a crook from a regular person


crook robber, stealer


Those letters spell crook.


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A crook is a thief.


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The address of the Crook Historical Society is: Po Box 194, Crook, CO 80726


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a crook is like a bandit or a burgler



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