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neuk

[ nyook ]

noun

, Scot.


neuk

/ njuːk /

noun

  1. See nook
    a Scot word for nook


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Example Sentences

That which he had called cubical I had never had much doubt of; sure enough, it was a little Bible, to carry in a plaid-neuk.

That which he had called cubical, I had never had much doubt of; sure enough it was a little Bible, to carry in a plaid-neuk.

There was a letter from his wife now holidaying at the Neuk Hydropathic.

Those cozy fire-side diversions which extended alike from the cottage ingle neuk to the manorial hall and the castle court.

She put the spinning-wheel into the neuk window-stand and the woo-wheel against the wall.

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