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Definition of "cronk" [cronk]

  • To honk like a goose (verb)

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Use "cronk" in a sentence
  • "At any moment, I was expecting an old cronk to appear from behind the hangars, trembling and hippety-hopping and leaving a trail of nuts and bolts behind it to the shriek of rusty gear wheels, smoking rockets and horn blasts with the music of La"
  • "Good horses were just as expensive in those days as they were before the war, but we subalterns did not buy expensive horses; we picked up good jumpers that had gone cronk, and trusted to the vet., occasional firing, plenty of bandages, and not too hard work to keep them going."
  • "DL made the transition almost seemlessly. straight from 1 at the broncos, qld and Aust to 6 for all three as well. the next aust 6 will be thurston with cronk at 7."