shook
I. past or chiefly dialect past participle of shake II. noun Etymology: origin unknown Date: 1796 1. a. a set of staves and headings for one hogshead, cask, or barrel b. a bundle of parts (as of boxes) ready to be put together 2. shock I

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  • Shook — may refer to:* Kerry Shook (born 1962), senior pastor of Fellowship of The Woodlands * Shook, Missouri, United States * Travis Shook (born 1969), jazz pianistee also* Shake (disambiguation) * Shaked (disambiguation) * Shaken (disambiguation) *… …   Wikipedia

  • shook — shook1 [shook] n. [prob. var. of SHOCK ] ☆ 1. a set of the pieces used in assembling a single box, cask, etc. 2. a shock of grain sheaves shook2 [shook] vt., vi. pt. and dial. pp. of SHAKE ☆ shook up …   English World dictionary

  • Shook — Shook, v. t. To pack, as staves, in a shook. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Shook — (sh[oo^]k), imp. & obs. or poet. p. p. of {Shake}. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Shook — Shook, n. [Cf. {Shock} a bundle of sheaves.] (Com.) (a) A set of staves and headings sufficient in number for one hogshead, cask, barrel, or the like, trimmed, and bound together in compact form. (b) A set of boards for a sugar box. (c) The parts …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • shook — [ʃuk] the past tense of ↑shake …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • shook — the past tense of shake1 …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • shook — shook1 /shook/, n. 1. a set of staves and headings sufficient for one hogshead, barrel, or the like. 2. a set of the parts of a box, piece of furniture, or the like, ready to be put together. 3. a shock of sheaves or the like. [1760 70; short for …   Universalium

  • shook — I. /ʃʊk / (say shook) noun 1. a set of staves and headings sufficient for one hogshead, barrel, or the like. 2. a set of the parts of a box, piece of furniture, or the like, ready to be put together. 3. → stook (def. 1). {? variant of shock2} II …   Australian English dictionary

  • Shook — Shake Shake, v. t. [imp. {Shook}; p. p. {Shaken}, ({Shook}, obs.); p. pr. & vb. n. {Shaking}.] [OE. shaken, schaken, AS. scacan, sceacan; akin to Icel. & Sw. skaka, OS. skakan, to depart, to flee. [root]161. Cf. {Shock}, v.] 1. To cause to move… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Shook — Shake Shake, v. t. [imp. {Shook}; p. p. {Shaken}, ({Shook}, obs.); p. pr. & vb. n. {Shaking}.] [OE. shaken, schaken, AS. scacan, sceacan; akin to Icel. & Sw. skaka, OS. skakan, to depart, to flee. [root]161. Cf. {Shock}, v.] 1. To cause to move… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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