noun crow·bar \ˈkrō-ˌbär\

: a metal bar that has a thin flat edge at one end and is used to open or lift things

Full Definition of CROWBAR

:  an iron or steel bar that is usually wedge-shaped at the working end for use as a pry or lever
crowbar transitive verb

First Known Use of CROWBAR



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