crock crock  /ˈkrɑk/


  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


  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.


  1. Top Story

    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

Word of the Day
profusion profusion
/prə ˈfju ʒən /