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crooked (adj.)

early 13c., "bent, curved, in a bent shape," past-participle adjective from crook (v.). In the figurative sense of "dishonest, false, treacherous, not straight in conduct" is from c. 1200. Related: Crookedly; crookedness.

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Definitions of crooked from WordNet

crooked (adj.)
having or marked by bends or angles; not straight or aligned;
crooked country roads
crooked teeth
crooked (adj.)
not straight; dishonest or immoral or evasive;
Synonyms: corrupt
crooked (adj.)
irregular in shape or outline;
a dress with a crooked hemline
Synonyms: asymmetrical
crooked (adj.)
having the back and shoulders rounded; not erect;
Synonyms: hunched / round-backed / round-shouldered / stooped / stooping
From wordnet.princeton.edu