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1. crook

noun. ['ˈkrʊk'] someone who has committed a crime or has been legally convicted of a crime.

Synonyms

  • jail bird
  • scofflaw
  • hoodlum
  • murderer
  • smuggler
  • blackmailer
  • kidnaper
  • thug
  • criminal
  • moon curser
  • desperate criminal
  • pusher
  • felon
  • moll
  • recidivist
  • treasonist
  • punk
  • toughie
  • snatcher
  • manslayer
  • contrabandist
  • mafioso
  • kidnapper
  • gangster's moll
  • incendiary
  • jailbird
  • extortionist
  • lawbreaker
  • desperado
  • parolee
  • outlaw
  • suborner
  • raper
  • liquidator
  • highbinder
  • arsonist
  • highjacker
  • plotter
  • abductor
  • drug peddler
  • racketeer
  • extortioner
  • briber
  • fugitive
  • hijacker
  • moonshiner
  • violator
  • accessory
  • firebug
  • rapist
  • peddler
  • fugitive from justice
  • traitor
  • stealer
  • drug dealer
  • accessary
  • malefactor
  • thief
  • habitual criminal
  • runner
  • gun moll
  • drug trafficker
  • repeater
  • probationer
  • tough
  • hood
  • law offender
  • strong-armer
  • machinator
  • gangster
  • mobster
  • bootlegger
  • goon
  • conspirator
  • moon-curser
  • coconspirator
  • principal

Antonyms

  • superior
  • unprovocative
  • noncombustible
  • decriminalise

Etymology

  • croke (Middle English (1100-1500))

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Words that Rhyme with Shepherds Crook

  • gobbledygook
  • create-a-book
  • undertook
  • undercook
  • vanhook
  • precook
  • overtook
  • overcook
  • mistook
  • kirkuk
  • forsook
  • unhook
  • unbook
  • stroock
  • retook
  • rebook
  • mccook
  • decook
  • chinook
  • snook
  • schnook
  • flook
  • crooke
  • brooke
  • brook
  • zook
  • tooke
  • took
  • shook
  • schook

Example sentences of the word shepherds-crook


1. Noun Phrase
Buy a shepherds crook at any home and garden center.

2. crook

noun. ['ˈkrʊk'] a circular segment of a curve.

Synonyms

  • twist
  • curved shape
  • curve
  • turn
  • bight

Antonyms

  • legalize
  • permit
  • decriminalize
  • allow

Etymology

  • croke (Middle English (1100-1500))

3. crook

noun. ['ˈkrʊk'] a long staff with one end being hook shaped.

Synonyms

  • staff

Antonyms

  • right
  • legal

Etymology

  • croke (Middle English (1100-1500))

4. crook

verb. ['ˈkrʊk'] bend or cause to bend.

Synonyms

  • bend
  • flex
  • curve

Antonyms

  • lawful
  • long
  • unsupportive
  • tender

Etymology

  • croke (Middle English (1100-1500))
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