Pronunciation of Crook
/kɹˈʊk/, /kɹˈʊk/, /k_ɹ_ˈʊ_k/
Antonyms for crook:
Synonyms for crook:
kneel, factory farm, scrunch, charmer, cheat, brigand, corresponding angles, four-flusher, cow town, cower, acute angle, victimizer, claw, double over, huckster, rascal, loll, varlet, wheeler dealer, cheater, kiss-ass, edge, reflex angle, right angle, con artist, weasel, shyster, Bushranger, smoothie, gypper, straight angle, rogue, obtuse angle, shill, manger, CONMAN, snuggle, manipulator, shearing, shark, souvenir hunter, flimflammer, impostor, politician, fox, apple polisher, slouch, pillow, fraud, body snatcher, sheep dip, opposite angles, vertex, adjacent angles, complementary angles, con woman, crane, grifter, azimuth, round angle, ensconce, Cozener, pharisee, sleazebag, bandit, cattle prod, Diddler, liar, chiseler, supplementary angles, bestride, mountebank, crouch, fish farm, rustler, manure, flatterer, bottom feeder, corsair, sycophant, Defrauder, charlatan, burrow.
inclination, lasso, fiddler, knave, hitch, nosering, trickster, stick up, drape, husbandry, sham, shear, ox, nestle, lariat, pasture, farm, prod, hunch, fake, sharper, suck in, sleaze, adventurer, move over, humbug, arm, fatten, fixer, rook.
flex, refract, camber.
Other synonyms and related words:
gyp, inclination, brigand, Defrauder, Cozener, crane, politician, azimuth, bias, ensconce, spell, shark, corsair, pull, nosering, Bend Dexter, graze, slew, crease, rope, shyster, con artist, diverge, edge, knave, squat, hood, dip, bending, recurve, cower, lean, shepherd's crook, shill, milk, rascal, construction, resume, inflect, pasture, Bushranger, impostor, sheer, flimflammer, winding, turning, lift, herd, CONMAN, cut, malefactor, rook, trough, trickster, stir, sycophant, drive, plication, turn, Diddler, twisting, routine, incline, flexure, whitlow, body snatcher, claw, crate, snuggle, turn of events, offender, artist, bout, tuck, operator, pen, spin, number, fraud, winter, chiseler, deviate, sharper, rogue, fiddler, hunch, cheater, act, stock, roll, stoop, hitch, mountebank, twine, brand, gypper, bit, slue, angle, vertex, con woman, twirl, balance, open, miscreant, elbow, wind, husbandry, rustler, litter, hypocrite, smuggler, crimp, inflection, farm, shift, varlet, kink, good turn, knee, victimizer, manure, wrench, go, cheat, liar, corral, apple polisher, arm, humbug, arc, device, bandit, veer, tour, dairy, curl.
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 3 (noun)
Sense 4 (noun)
Sense 5 (noun)
confidence man (noun)
criminal, thief (noun)
gunman, criminal, thief, vampire, evildoer, law breaker, demon, monster, hooligan, ruffian, cutthroat, tyrant, fiend, vandal, bully, vulture, desperado, thug, ogre, viper, snake, tough, scoundrel, wrongdoer, terrorist, bad guy, brute, hoodlum.
pharisee, smoothie, hypocrite.
larcener, swindler, pickpocket, housebreaker, larcenist, outlaw, hijacker, lifter, pirate, prowler, stealer, Grafter, delinquent, villain, culprit, poacher, cat burglar, lawbreaker, highwayman, mugger, Filcher, felon, burglar.
bend, angle (verb)
Usage examples for crook:
- " I'm a crook because it pays me to be a crook," said the girl calmly. - "Jack O' Judgment", Edgar Wallace.
- Carries lamb and crook. - "Representative Plays by American Dramatists: 1856-1911: The Moth and the Flame", Clyde Fitch.
- My friend here is not, as you intimate, a crook. - "Fore!", Charles Emmett Van Loan.