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stook

noun \ˈstük, ˈstk\

Definition of STOOK

chiefly British
:  1shock
stook transitive verb, chiefly British

Origin of STOOK

Middle English stouk; akin to Old English stocc stock — more at stock
First Known Use: 15th century

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