Definition of Crocks

1. Noun. (plural of crock) ¹



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Definition of Crocks

1. crock [v] - See also: crock

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Crocks

crocker
crockeries
crockers
crockery
crockeryware
crockerywares
crocket
crocketed
crocketing
crocketings
crockets
crocking
crocklets
crockpot
crockpots
crocks (current term)
crocky
crocodile
crocodile bird
crocodile tear
crocodile tears
crocodile tears syndrome
crocodilelike
crocodiles
crocodilian
crocodilian reptile
crocodilians
crocodility
crocodyliform
crocodyliforms

Literary usage of Crocks

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1. The History of the Peloponnesian War by Thucydides, Henry Dale, Thomas Arnold (1873)
"... ta general of the crocks with twenty ships from the Péloponnèse ; there sailed with him also the Athenians Avith thirty ship», and n large number of the ..."

2. Modern American Tanning: A Practical Treatise on the Manufacture of Leather (1902)
"Into this chilling trough place four stone crocks, a few inches apart, ... The trough should now be half filled with water in which the crocks ..."

3. A Dictionary of Archaic and Provincial Words, Obsolete Phrases, Proverbs by James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps (1881)
"(2) A small Scotch cow. North. С ROD ART. A coward. North. CRODDY. To contest ; to strive ; to play very in Gothic architecture. crocks. ..."

4. In Search of a Polar Continent, 1905-1907 by Alfred H. Harrison (1908)
"... passages—Fish-skin windows—Whale-oil lamps— The iglo and the snow-house—Tools and household crocks —A universal implement—Grease-boxes—Bows and arrows ..."

5. Refugium Botanicum: Or Figures and Descriptions from Living Specimens, of ...by William Wilson Saunders, Heinrich Gustav Reichenbach, John Gilbert Baker by William Wilson Saunders, Heinrich Gustav Reichenbach, John Gilbert Baker (1878)
"They seem to like, as a soil, turfy loam and sand well mixed, and the pots should be well drained by a liberal supply of crocks. They are increased in the ..."

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