Creek and crick sound homophones. What is the difference between a creek and a crick?
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It is a noun.
It means a natural stream of water smaller than a river (and often a tributary of a river)
As a noun, it means a painful muscle spasm, especially in the neck or back.
Creek refers to a small running body of water. Crick refers to a pain in the neck in a lot of places.