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Definition of crod


  • 1: a fool, a dim-wit, a dunce. 2: an unreasonable person. 3: an undesirable person. 4: someone who exhibits nonsensical weirdness. 5: a title given to a person who exemplifies any of the previous definitions of the word 'crod.'
    Don't be a crod.

    Last edited on Dec 09 2002. Submitted by Davin E. from Greenville, SC, USA on Dec 09 2002.

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