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snook

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1snook

noun \ˈsnk, ˈsnük\
plural snook or snooks

Definition of SNOOK

1
:  a large vigorous bony fish (Centropomus undecimalis of the family Centropomidae) of coastal and brackish waters that is an important food and sport fish
2
:  any of various marine fishes of the same family as the snook

Origin of SNOOK

Dutch snoek pike, snook
First Known Use: 1697

Rhymes with SNOOK

2snook

noun

Definition of SNOOK

:  a gesture of derision made by thumbing the nose

Origin of SNOOK

origin unknown
First Known Use: 1791

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