I'd like nothing better than to run down one o' them dook machines!
Oh, replied Mr. Kettledrum, you should hear the dook admire it.
You orter know, dook, as no lidy ever goes inter them plices in wot she's bin a wearin' afore she cleaned herself.
I s'pose 'ee want to grow up an' be like the dook, some o' these vine days.
I'm not what us back-blockers call a parlour-man, though I may be a dook; but neither the one nor the other is my fault.
The big one did not deign a look, but walked along, like prince or dook.
Vell, Matt knows more as anypody aboudt modors, und so Prady dook him off.
Say, dook, your outfit was working with ours at Chamfort that time, wasn't it?
Only let me get up, good Lord—and perhaps he told the dook so.
It didn't matter in the boundary rider, but p'r'aps it might in the dook.