Definition of craw
1 : the crop of a bird or insect
2 : the stomach especially of a lower animal
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Anglers in recent tournaments at Lake Pickwick have found a few schools of really nice largemouths on the offshore shell bars, with dark-colored jigs with soft plastic craws getting most of the bites.
Politically, Renoir's favor-currying correspondence with the Vichy government sticks in Tavernier's craw, decades later.
That apparently stuck in the craw of union leaders, despite the fact that Antonucci for decades has openly criticized the union.
There aren’t many moments in musical theater that stick in your craw like the rug-pulling finish of ‘
Bruhl and two guests beat the rain to the area Wednesday morning to catch bass, reds and even a few keeper speckled trout, almost non-stop on frogs, poppers, worms and craws.
But something about the third paragraph stuck deep in my craw.
Two plays — a 64-yard run by Forsett and a 43-yard screen pass by Booker — stuck in his craw.
Though news to no one, this has long stuck in Mr. Beatty’s craw; among his longtime friends is the politician Gary Hart, whose career was torpedoed by a suspected affair.
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: an area in a bird's throat in which food can be kept
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