verb (used with object), deked, dek·ing.
Origin of deke
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Examples from the Web for deke
So she asks bodyguard Deke and his friend Luc for an education.
It was Roddy's tremendous ambition that had to be curbed, and Deke was the victim of circumstances.
"But Roddy and Deke were different," reflected Hicks, pondering seriously.
British Dictionary definitions for deke
Word Origin for deke
Word Origin and History for deke
1960, ice hockey slang for a quick feinting move, short for decoy. The verb is attested from 1961.