One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Lose one's temper.‘we rolled him for his overcoat—you ought to have heard him go crook’
- ‘And if that happens, you don't tend to go crook at your partner, and if you do go crook at your partner, well then you have little chance of being a good doubles players I think.’
- ‘He invited me in just in case Bev went crook.’
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