One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘she took out bread and a crock of honey’
earthenware pot, pot, jar, urn, pitcher, jug, ewer
vessel, container, receptacle, repository
North American creamer
2crocks‘I washed up the dirty crocks’
crockery, pots, dishes, plates, bowls, cups
dinner things, tea things
pottery, earthenware, stoneware
3‘these days I'm a bit of an old crock’
invalid, infirm person, decrepit person, feeble person
old person, senior citizen, senior, pensioner, old-age pensioner, OAP
fogey, old fogey, dotard
crumbly, wrinkly, old stager, old timer, oldie, ancient
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