Definition of crookback in English:

crookback

noun

archaic
  • A person with a hunchback.

    • ‘Ian McKellen's characterization has as much of Oswald Mosley in it as of Shakespeare's ‘crookback’ King, and the film is shot through with heavy irony.’
    • ‘I am the only crookback of my party; we are else passably well shapen.’

Pronunciation:

crookback

/ˈkrʊkbak/