Higginson was coming with me, but as you know he's crocked up and won't be out of bed for a month.
Poor Balfour was awfully lonely after Chamberlain crocked up.
After the pots have been crocked some growers add a layer of half-inch bones, which aid the plants and insure free drainage.
His grandfather was crocked, his father too, and he's as bad.
Personally, I cant do much, because mother has crocked up and Ive got to run the Deanery.
They jostled and crocked against one another, rolled over and stopped.
We had our limbers and waggons chock full o' details—fellers who'd been wounded or crocked up.
Is this some of the vintage you crocked poor old Hinton with?
Well, is it all rot, or did you—you know what I mean—sham a crocked wrist?
The dog did not look at her, but crocked under him the leg that had been stiff like a ramrod and spread out another.
Old English crocc, crocca "pot, vessel," from Proto-Germanic *krogu "pitcher, pot" (cf. Old Frisian krocha "pot," Old Saxon kruka, Middle Dutch cruke, Dutch kruik, Old High German kruog "pitcher," German Krug, Old Norse krukka "pot"). Perhaps from the same source as Middle Irish crocan "pot," Greek krossos "pitcher," Old Church Slavonic krugla "cup." Used as an image of worthless rubbish since 19c., perhaps from the use of crockery as chamberpots.