crouch


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Synonyms for crouch

bend down

Synonyms for crouch

to stoop low with the limbs pulled in close to the body

Synonyms for crouch

the act of bending low with the limbs close to the body

Related Words

bend one's back forward from the waist on down

sit on one's heels

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It was a nervy affair but Crouch struck late on to win the game for Spurs and claim a top-four spot.
In one tweet, Crouch wrote: "After a lot of deliberation this summer, I have decided to retire from football!
"What interests me is motivated players," said Dyche, explaining a decision to accept Stoke's offer of Crouch in part exchange for Vokes.
Crouch's latest "autobiography", How To Be A Footballer, by contrast, promises to be an enormous success, thanks to ghost writer Tom Fordyce's ability to inject humour from the kick-off and Crouch's obvious willingness not to take himself too seriously.
A date has not been set for Crouch's appeal hearing, he said.
The vehicle was searched and officers found nine wraps of drugs on Crouch.
But now, all those coaches who told Crouch he would never amount to anything because he could not head a ball, need to look at him with respect.
Crouch was one of many Stoke players to star in yesterday's 4-1 victory at Aston Villa.
Crouch's Eden Drug, which he purchased in 2006 after spending the previous six years working for the store's former owners, has continually expanded its business and become the go-to pharmacy for patients in this central North Carolina town of 16,000 people just a few miles south of the border with Virginia.
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PETER CROUCH will never forget the fear of being branded a failure at Liverpool.
STOKE CITY 2 Upson (24), Crouch (39) SWANSEA CITY 0 SWANSEA boss Brendan Rodgers rued his side's defending as goals from Matthew Upson and Peter Crouch earned Stoke a comfortable victory.
PETER CROUCH is banking on Tottenham's Euro success story boosting his England chances.