Crooked - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
Crooked[ 1,,G4646, skolios ]
curved, crooked," was especially used
(a) of a way, Luke 3:5, with spiritual import (See Proverbs 28:18, Sept.); it is set in contrast to orthos and euthus, "straight;"
(b) metaphorically, of what is morally "crooked," perverse, froward, of people belonging to a particular generation, Acts 2:40 (AV, "untoward"); Philippians 2:15; of tyrannical or unjust masters, 1 Peter 2:18, "froward;" in this sense it is set in contrast to agathos, "good."