- noogoora burr,
- nook and cranny, every,
Origin of nook
Examples from the Web for nook
Swinging high in the air, squeezing into a nook, or rolling down a hill might provide these sorts of sensory input.
Rawashda is holding his laptop as he points out every nook and cranny of his studio apartment.
Unlike the three-walled sets of Hollywood soundstages, this is made for every nook and cranny to be filmed.
Those scenes that are just in every nook and cranny at the Grand Ole Opry, that to me is the beauty of the show.Emmys 2013: Connie Britton Picks Her Favorite ‘Nashville’ Moments|Connie Britton|August 29, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The Barnes & Noble CEO, lauded for his advocacy of Nook, has just resigned.
She knew every nook and cranny of the islands, points and bays.Green Eyes|Roy J. Snell
Ye ken there is no nook or hollow of these hills that I dinna ken every foot of.The Boy Scouts in A Trapper's Camp|Thornton W. Burgess
The landlord escorted them to a nook in a corner and beckoned a waiter.We Can't Have Everything|Rupert Hughes
Sudden, sweet fancies spring forth from every nook and corner, and delightful surprises meet me at every turn.The World I Live In|Helen Keller
He knew every nook and corner of the place, and nearly every man, woman and child in the village.Bart Stirling's Road to Success|Allen Chapman
Word Origin for nook
c.1300, noke, of unknown origin. Possibly connected with Norwegian dialectal nokke "hook, bent figure," or Old English hnecca "neck," but the sense evolution would be difficult.