verb (used with or without object), troked, trok·ing.
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OTHER WORDS FROM troketrok·er, noun
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Rex had a wholesome respect for personal prowess, and had the grace to admit the provocation to Troke.
When Troke came in the morning he saw what had occurred at a glance, and hastened to remove the corpse of the strangled Mooney.
Rufus Dawes was but half awake, and on repeating his request, Troke felt something put into his hand.
At daylight the next morning, Mr. Troke, landing on the prison rock found it deserted.
The chaplain's servant was a prisoner, of course; and North's drawers were ransacked twice in one week by Troke.