crock crock  /ˈkrɑk/

Definition(s):

  1. (n) a black colloidal substance consisting wholly or principally of amorphous carbon and used to make pigments and ink
  2. (n) nonsense; foolish talk
  3. (n) an earthen jar (made of baked clay)
  4. (v) release color when rubbed, of badly dyed fabric
  5. (v) soil with or as with crock

Usage(s):

  1. Three minutes later the executioner pulled a lever, and 16 pellets of sodium cyanide dropped into a crock of sulphuric acid beneath Abbott's chair.
  2. Product: The Crock-Pot How It Started: Introduced in the 1970s, now in the midst of a revival Judgment: A healthy alternative to microwave ovens The word crock-pot may conjure.
  3. I am, in fact, your great grandfather's Studebaker, a crock from the Pleistocene.

News

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    Just An Old Crock? Don’t Tell Couple Who Paid $86K For 19th-Century Piece Please login to view the requested resource. HARRISONBURG — On Saturday, auctioneer Jeffrey Evans was reminded why he should not assume how a bidding war will play out.
    on June 26, 2013     Source: The Harrisonburg Daily News-Record

  2. Crockpot recipes for easy summer meals

    Elise Kunkel makes some creative and easy crockpot recipes, perfect for a busy summer and keeping the kitchen cool.
    on June 25, 2013     Source: WNDU 16 South Bend

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