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steek

verb \ˈstēk\

Definition of STEEK

chiefly Scottish
:  shut, close

Examples of STEEK

  1. <Macleod threatened to steek the door in my face if I ever said a word against the Scots again.>

Origin of STEEK

Middle English steken to pierce, fix, enclose; akin to Old English stician to pierce — more at stick
First Known Use: 13th century

Related to STEEK

Synonyms
make [chiefly dialect], shut, close [chiefly Scottish]
Antonyms
open

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