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Definition of the verb dook
What does dook mean as a doing word?
verb - inflections: dooked | dooking | dooks
- [context: of a ferret] To make a certain clucking sound.
- [dialect] duck
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Outside the Not So Big House (2006)
Creating the Landscape of Home by Julie Moir Messervy, Sarah Susanka, Grey Crawford
DOOk is a lot like designing a garden: You seek to understand the elements involved, construct a frame in which to work, weave the parts together, and craft the details to get them right. Throughout, you need to return to the material time and ...
The Medical Standard (1895)
The Dook is a logical discussion of facts, free alike from sex sentimentality and " chivalric" cant. It is excellently illustrated and well issued. Osler's Chorea and Choreiform Affections! is a clearly written monograph of equal interest to the ...
Poitou's Dook is a faithful picture of what travellers might see at any time during the last twenty years. Within this period, it is true, tho railways have to a great extent taken the place of the old diligences ; but Spanish railways are an exotic ...
Mind Control, Oswald & JFK (1997)
Were We Controlled? by Lincoln Lawrence, Kenn Thomas
incredible inventions of the ooginator of the modern era or electrification The Dook is a readable and affordable collection of nn patents. inventions. and [ houghts on free ehergy. anti-gravity, and Other futuristic inventions Tesias own words, ...
The Outlook (1896)
e DOOK is a ClWe had though. (Harper & Brothers, New York.) of the French . that we never wanted to see another novel the Girond; evolution, but The Veil of Liberty: A Tale of graceful *by ...
The Dinkum Dictionary (2010)
by Susan Butler
The 'dook' part is slang meaning a hand or fist. This is now mongrel ...
of Australian words and phrases by John Miller
dook A hand. To dook it out is to fight in order to resolve a dispute. Put up your dooks is a signal to begin a fight. do over To assault or beat up someone. dooverlackie or doover A device or gadget ...
by Thomas Brown
DOOK, *. A peg. To DOOK, DOUK, v. n. To bathe, to duck. DOOL, s. Grief, sorrow. To thole the dool, To bear the evil consequences of anything. DOOL-LIKE, adj. Having a sorrowful appearance. DOON, DOUN, s. Down. DOOT, j. Doubt.
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Scrabble value of D2O1O1K5
The value of this 4-letter word is 9 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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