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Etymology 1 
- simple past tense and past participle of crook
Etymology 2 
- Adjective: enPR: kro͝ok'ĭd, IPA: /ˈkrʊkɪd/, X-SAMPA: /"krUkId/
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- Not straight; having one or more bends or angles.
- We walked up the crooked path to the top of the hill.
- Set at an angle; not vertical or square.
- That picture is crooked - could you straighten it up for me?
- (figuratively) Dishonest or illegal; corrupt.
- He was trying to interest me in another one of his crooked deals.
having one or more bends or angles
set at an angle
figurative: dishonest, illegal
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