Some articles on crooked:

Crooked Intention
... Crooked Intention is a historic home in St ... Crooked Intention was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974 ...
Prineville Reservoir
... The reservoir is on the Crooked River located 14 miles (22.5 km) southeast of Prineville, OR, and 29 miles (46.7 km) east of Bend, Oregon ... Bowman Dam, the Crooked River upstream from Prineville, Oregon ... Bureau of Reclamation's Crooked River Project, flooding a juniper and sagebrush filled canyon, and was finished in 1961 ...
Scott C Shephard
... Records in 2004, a new imprint launched by rapper Crooked I ... Alongside Crooked I, Scott designed, marketed and developed platforms such as Dynasty TV, a digital video show that showcased music and events, and, a web ... Crooked I soon became one of the leading faces emerging from musics ‘Digital Era’ and they're innovative marketing strategies were rewarded when music ...
Crooked X (album)
... Crooked X is the debut self-titled album by heavy metal band Crooked X, released in January 2009 by Capitol Metal ...
Crooked Lake, Nova Scotia - Rivers
... Crooked Lake Brook in Kings County at 44°54′0″N 64°34′57″W / 44.90000°N 64.58250°W / 44.90000 -64.58250 (Crooked Lake Brook) Crooked Lakes Brook ...

More definitions of "crooked":

  • (adj): Not straight; dishonest or immoral or evasive.
    Synonyms: corrupt
  • (adj): Irregular in shape or outline.
    Example: "A dress with an crooked hemline"
    Synonyms: asymmetrical
  • (adj): Having or marked by bends or angles; not straight or aligned.
    Example: "Crooked country roads"; "crooked teeth"

Famous quotes containing the word crooked:

    The English are crooked as a nation and honest as individuals. The contrary is true of the French, who are honest as a nation and crooked as individuals.
    Edmond De Goncourt (1822–1896)

    Always obtain things honestly; never use crooked means.
    Chinese proverb.

    The glories of our blood and state
    Are shadows, not substantial things;
    There is no armour against fate;
    Death lays his icy hand on kings:
    Sceptre and crown
    Must tumble down,
    And in the dust be equal made
    With the poor crooked scythe and spade.
    James Shirley (1596–1666)