crook :

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  • n  someone who has committed a crime or has been legally convicted of a crime
  • n  a circular segment of a curve
    a crook in the path
  • n  a long staff with one end being hook shaped
  • v  bend or cause to bend
    He crooked his index finger

  • Quirky Wall Street pioneer may be a $50 billion crook .
  • After Reid's arrest, the bare bones of his life as a small-time London crook came out, and he claimed to have made the bomb from a recipe on the Internet.
  • He carries memories of earlier performances (the bantam bombast of Dog Day Afternoon, the nervous belt tugging from American Buffalo, the crook'd arm from his Broadway Richard .
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