Crocket: Word of the Day

Crocket, n.

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.

Alternate usage:

“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.”

How will you use crocket in a sentence today?

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One response to “Crocket: Word of the Day

  1. Davy, Davy Crocket, king of the wild frontier!!!!

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