Late arrivals had to stand along the walls, leaning against the juke box or the poker machines.
So what were they doing before, to juke the stats, as they say on The Wire?
It was no longer a juke joint in the woods, it was Starbucks: ubiquitous and open to everyone.
It was as if black culture was a juke joint in the woods that whites had to travel to in order to experience it.
But juke has become a worldwide underground scene, selling out clubs all over Europe.
In the main, crime begins in progeny where juke blood crosses X blood.
"I 'clare, juke, I 'clare you is a caution," was all he could say.
An' so you an' me, we been pardners right along, an' I wouldn't swap pardners wid nobody—you heah, juke?
juke, in the course of time, was engaged to be married to a maiden named Cleora.
Hell of a pompous duck; the boys call him 'juke Montgomery.'
[1900s+; fr Gullah fr Wolof and/or Bambara, ''unsavory'']
To swerve and reverse evasively; trick a defender or tackler; jink: Rather than to juke a defensive back, then duck inside/ Zaffuto juked past Peters on the right side
[Sports; fr Scots jouk, of uncertain origin]