Definition of "crocker" [crock•er]

  • A mistake or blunder; a disappointing performance (noun)
  • A potter. (noun)

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Use "crocker" in a sentence
  • "Stretch 25 lost one of them every year when we are fishing for crocker and drum we search the rock for lead weights its nothing to spend 30 mins and find a couple pounds worth of lead weights anywhere from 1oz to 6oz and considering it cost around 4 bucks for 4 3oz weights you can save some money"
  • "With his characteristic flair, Murcott pronounced the "1919 007 betty crocker miss clairol family institution" a "death form," and dismissed "all that horseshit about leaving your wife, as if there weren't at least one million other women you could groove with.""
  • "I can just start jamming sticks into a betty crocker cake mix cake and ...voila!"