Uncrook (third-person singular simple present uncrooks, present participle uncrooking, simple past and past participle uncrooked) To bring back from a crooked position. 2008 February 14, Kelefa Sanneh, “A Band That Cradles Its Rock, Even Under All Those Layers of Expectations”, in New York Times : And. Uncrook - Years Gone By (2019) Country: Germany Genre: Hard Rock / Heavy Metal Quality: mp3, CBR 320 kbps Tracklist: 1Years Gone By 2Rise 3Returning Nightmare 4Get High 5Hope.
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- To release or unveil; unleash: to uncork one's pent-up emotions.
- (US)IPA(key): /ʌn.kɹʊk/
- Rhymes: -ʊk
un- + crook
uncrook (third-person singular simple presentuncrooks, present participleuncrooking, simple past and past participleuncrooked) Batch pdf merger.
- (transitive) To bring back from a crooked position.
- 2008 February 14, Kelefa Sanneh, “A Band That Cradles Its Rock, Even Under All Those Layers of Expectations”, in New York Times:
- And like them, he worked high on the fretboard, peeling off nimble riffs without ever uncrooking his arm.