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Date: 1900-2000
Origin: Probably from crock 'to weaken' (19-20 centuries), from crock 'old or worn-out animal' (15-20 centuries), probably from a Scandinavian language

crocked

adjective
     
crocked [not before noun]
1 British English old-fashioned injured or broken
2 American English spoken drunk:
Kitty got totally crocked last night.

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