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shook

Definition of shook

  1. past or chiefly dialect past participle of shake




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shook

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noun \ˈshu̇k\

Definition of shook

  1. 1a :  a set of staves and headings for one hogshead, cask, or barrelb :  a bundle of parts (as of boxes) ready to be put together

  2. 2 :  1shock



Origin and Etymology of shook

origin unknown


First Known Use: 1796

Rhymes with shook



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shook

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Definition of shook for Students

  1. past of shake




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