- Either of a pair of curved timbers extending to the ground in the roof framework of a type of medieval house: [as modifier]: a cruck barnMore example sentences
- Its roof is supported by eleven pairs of raised base crucks.
- It would have been much larger than a Medieval peasant's cruck house.
- The route skirts the Folk Museum for a free peek at the ye-olde shops, the heather thatch and the splendid cruck style manor house that was reassembled here.
late 16th century: variant of crook.
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