- (tr) to spoildon't crool your chances
- crool someone's pitch to spoil an opportunity for someone
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Examples from the Web for crool
I wish this crool war was over, an' we'd get back to canteen.Soldiers Three, Part II.
His hair was gray, an' so was his pointed beard, an' he was crool thin.Friendship Village
"B-b-beating my wings against the crool b-b-bars," said Berry.Berry And Co.
I wish this crool war was over an' we'd get back to canteen.Life's Handicap
That bhoy was jist dishtracted wid the crool paice, that goes aff philanderin wid the Shivel Sharvice shape av a Lamb.Two Knapsacks