- v release color when rubbed, of badly dyed fabric
- v soil with or as with crock
- s very drunk
- In the film the poor boy (Jim Hutton) gets crocked on his wedding night to give himself courage, bellows at his bride (Jane Fonda) like a bull ("Take yer clothes off or I'll rip .
- His brain to be crocked in glass at Cornell University, his skeleton to be mounted and displayed at Washington, his vital organs to be disposed here and there such was the .
- He's stewed to the gills, crocked, see, and so he grabs me in his arms and he kisses me, which is normal since he is my pa, but when he starts pawin' me all over and gettin'.
- Kelvin MacKenzie in Telegraph.co.uk
In the following days Mr MacKenzie wrote about the incident in his Sun article, his first since returning to the paper, entitled "Just Say Sorry" and "Keeper Cech's dog crocked my Mrs".