Meaning of crookedness in English:

crookedness

Pronunciation /ˈkrʊkɪdnəs/

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noun

See crooked

‘He became so reckless in his deceptions and crookedness precisely because he believed himself to be untouchable.’
  • ‘‘We had not realised our government was capable of such folly and such crookedness,’ thundered the leader.’
  • ‘The crookedness seemed to make his face even more handsome.’
  • ‘He raced along the familiar trail, cursing its narrowness, its crookedness, its unalterable length.’
  • ‘However, removing the wisdom teeth does not usually improve crookedness or crowding in other teeth.’