Of all oke growing in England the parke oke is the softest, and far more spalt and brickle than the hedge oke.
Gunner oke had strapped an accordion on top of his knapsack.
Well, oke talked like that, you know, and Richards got awf'ly wrathy.
Gunner oke shifted his seat again, and threw a nervous glance seaward.
One projectile smashed against the side of oke Tor, and sent back the ringing sound of its tremendous impact.
oke's teeth rattled like a box of dice as he peered out over the dark and agitated crowd of boats.
The peare and holly may be made to spread, and the oke to close.
Fifty years ago for one oke of bread a man might have one oke of meat, or eight okes of fruit or two okes of wine.
Gunner oke gripped the Sergeant's arm of a sudden and leaned forward, straining his ears.
"oke," answered Big Boy, as he turned the bottle up to his mouth, while deep gurgling sounds came forth.
Right; that's understood, let's get on: So I told you about that, okay, so the next thing was he jumped the fence
Yes; I agree; I accept that; I will do that
Is that all right? is that understood? COPPISH: I'm going now, okay?
[1839+; origin uncertain and the subject of essay after essay; Allen Walker Read is the great authority and has shown that the locution began as a bumpkin-imitating game among New York and Boston writers in the early 1800s, who used OK for ''oll korrect'']