- sick or feeble.
Origin of cronk
1875–80; < Yiddish or German krank, Middle High German kranc weak
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Examples from the Web for cronk
Horace set his teeth firmly as he closed the door, upon Cronk.
Cronk glared about until his gaze rested upon the two girls.
"I thought we'd make them plans for Tarrytown," Cronk said presently.
Cronk did not reply, but centered his gaze full upon Everett.
She prepared the breakfasts for Cronk and Crabbe and for Middy with his two helpers.
- Australian unfit; unsound
C19: compare crank ²