[ shoo k ]
/ ʃʊk /
Also shook up. Slang. strongly affected by an event, circumstance, etc.; emotionally unsettled: She was so shook she couldn't speak.
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Words nearby shook
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British Dictionary definitions for shooker (1 of 2)
/ (ʃʊk) /
(in timber working) a set of parts ready for assembly, esp of a barrel
a group of sheaves piled together on end; shock
Word Origin for shook
C18: of unknown origin
British Dictionary definitions for shooker (2 of 2)
/ (ʃʊk) /
the past tense of shake
Australian and NZ informal keen on; enthusiastic about
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