A large roll or lock of hair, characteristic of a manner of dressing the hair common in the fourteenth century.
Her maids worked for over an hour on the crocket the Duchess wore.
“How you gonna cook that squirrel stew?”
“I dunno. I’ll either cook it in that rusty ol’ stew pot, or…”
“Well, you could use that crock pot.”
“Good idea. I think I’ll crocket.”
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