Definition of crook
- to dance, go crazy, or get funky.
I'm about to get crook with a couple of mofos.
- See more words with the same meaning: to act wild, strange, crazy.
- sick, unwell, injured. Used in New Zealand and Australia.
I feel crook.
Bob can't run, he has a crook leg.
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Slang terms with the same meaning
Other terms relating to 'to act wild, strange, crazy':
|Definitions include: to get crazy, go wild.|
|Definitions include: to run around like a chicken with its head cut off - that is, crazily.|
|Definitions include: crazy, mad, insane.|
|Definitions include: to go crazy.|
|Definitions include: to act in a crazy manner towards someone - e.g. yelling, beating.|
|Definitions include: to do something enthusiastically.|
|Definitions include: to act in a buck wild manner.|
|Definitions include: go crazy, dance wild|
|Definitions include: Milwaukee's Best brand beer.|
|Definitions include: acting loud and crazy when drunk, often viewed as annoying or stupid.|
|Definitions include: to act out of the ordinary, as if one were on medication or drugs.|
Slang terms with the same root words
Other terms relating to 'crook':
|Definitions include: dishonest.|
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