craw

[ kraw ]
/ krɔ /

noun

the crop of a bird or insect.
the stomach of an animal.

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Idioms for craw

    stick in one's craw, to cause considerable or abiding resentment; rankle: She said I was pompous, and that really stuck in my craw.

Origin of craw

1350–1400; Middle English crawe, probably akin to crag2

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH craw

1. craw , crow2. craw , crawl
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British Dictionary definitions for craw

craw
/ (krɔː) /

noun

a less common word for crop (def. 6)
the stomach of an animal
stick in one's craw or stick in one's throat informal to be difficult, or against one's conscience, for one to accept, utter, or believe

Word Origin for craw

C14: related to Middle High German krage, Middle Dutch crāghe neck, Icelandic kragi collar
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Idioms and Phrases with craw

craw

see stick in one's craw.

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