CROOKED Sentence, Example and UsageExamples and usage of CROOKED in prose and poetry
Usage of "CROOKED": Examples from famous English Poetry
To better understand the meaning of CROOKED, certain examples of its usage are presented.Examples from famous English prose on the use of the word CROOKED
"The tip of dumbledore's long, crooked nose was barely an inch from mrs. norris's fur"- The word/phrase 'crooked' was used by 'J. K. Rowling' in 'Harry potter and the chamber of secrets'.
"Right, you've got a crooked sort of cross"- 'J. K. Rowling' has used the crooked in the novel Harry potter and the prisoner of azkaban.
"Dumbledore made a small noise of dissent through his long, crooked nose"- To understand the meaning of crooked, please see the following usage by J. K. Rowling in Harry potter and the goblet of fire.
Usage of "CROOKED" in sentences
"Divides the crooked rock-held fig"
- This term crooked was used by Walter Savage Landor in the Poem Alciphron and leucippe.
"For crooked age and hoary hairs"
- This term crooked was used by George Gascoigne in the Poem A lover's lullaby.
"And crooked shapes of terror crouched"
- This term crooked was used by Oscar Wilde in the Poem The ballad of reading gaol.
"Our words are distortable things--as in a crooked mirror held up to nature"
"Crooked country roads"
"He crooked his index finger"