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Definition of "crouching" []

  • Present participle of crouch. (verb)
  • The action of the verb crouch. (noun)
  • That crouches or crouch. (adjective)

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Use "crouching" in a sentence
  • ""One of the most popular stalls at the festival is actually the West Coast whitebait another one is the huhu grub and we've also got the stall which they call crouching grasshoppers.""
  • "The only problem was that the vines are very low to the ground and crouching is the method of choice for reaching the clusters."
  • "The experimental device, unveiled Friday, is designed to support bodyweight, reduce stress on the knees and help people get up steps and stay in crouching positions."