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stookie

/ (ˈstʊkɪ) /
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noun Scot
stucco
plaster; plaster of Paris
a statuehe stood there like a stookie
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How to use stookie in a sentence

  • She coined phrases for him, too, and his heart rejoiced when she achieved the epoch-making revision of Stuart into Stookie-tookie!

    In a Little Town|Rupert Hughes
  • He had thought that Toodie was wonderful, but it was a mere stepping-stone to Stookie-tookie.

    In a Little Town|Rupert Hughes
  • At the door he paused to murmur, "All right for you, Stookie-tookie!"

    In a Little Town|Rupert Hughes
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