The photographic fantasies of In sook Kim peek inside the private worlds of people who live in glass houses.
These are sold in the sook at about six-pence a dozen, cotton included.
Ye're like the lambs—ye do naething but sook and wag your tail.
His name was Patches, but he answered to Piffle and he was a sook and a cuddler.
Here on one side lay the sook of the jewellers, and on the opposite were arrayed the tiny stalls of the dealers in copper wares.
Our stay at sook, though unintentional, seemed to be in right ordering, for service opened up there.
What pleasure should she be able to sook out o' his keeping ding-ding-danging on about that woman?