"crow" Definition

  1. or COCK-CROW, to exult over another’s abasement, as a fighting-cock does over his vanquished adversary.
  2. “a regular CROW,” a success, a stroke of luck,—equivalent to a FLUKE.
  3. one who watches whilst another commits a theft, a confederate in a robbery. The CROW looks to see that the way is clear, whilst the SNEAK, his partner, commits the depredation.
  4. “I have a CROW to pick with you,” _i.e._, an explanation to demand, a disagreeable matter to settle. Sometimes the article picked is supposed to be a bone.

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Position in the dictionary: 853 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: crowsfeet, crug, crumbs, crummy, crummy-doss, crumpet-face, crunch, crush, crusher, crushing
Previous words in the dictionary: crossed, cross., cross-crib, cross-buttock, cross cove and molisher, cross, croppie, cropper, cropped, crop up

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