Still, as crouch is the first to say, this is a life story full of gaps.
There was barely room to crouch, let alone lie down and sleep.
Malheiro says that whoever claimed crouch confirmed the cases of Krokodil “got her statements wrong.”
late 14c., probably from Old French crochir "become bent, crooked," from croche "hook" (see crochet). Related: Crouched; crouching. As a noun, from 1590s.