Poke

(Hawaiian) raw fish with seaweed and sesame oil
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poke

Scottish, meaning: A paper bag.
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poke

[n] - tall coarse perennial American herb having small white flowers followed by blackish-red berries on long drooping racemes 2. [v] - stir by poking 3. [v] - make a hole by poking
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Poke

Poke noun (Botany) A large North American herb of the genus Phytolacca ( P. decandra ), bearing dark purple juicy berries; -- called also garget , pigeon berry , pocan , and pokeweed . The root and berries have emetic and purgative properties, and are u
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Poke

Poke noun [ Anglo-Saxon poca , poha , pohha ; akin to Icelandic poki , OD. poke , and perhaps to English pock ; confer also Gael. poca , and Old French poque . Confer Pock , Pocket , Pouch .] 1. A bag; a sack; a
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Poke

Poke transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Poked ; present participle & verbal noun Poking .] [ Confer LG. poken to prick, pierce, thrust, pok a dagger, knife, Dutch pook , German pocken to beat, also
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Poke

Poke intransitive verb To search; to feel one's way, as in the dark; to grope; as, to poke about. « A man must have poked into Latin and Greek.» Prior.
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Poke

Poke noun 1. The act of poking; a thrust; a jog; as, a poke in the ribs. Ld. Lytton. 2. A lazy person; a dawdler; also, a stupid or uninteresting person. [ Slang, U.S.] Bartlett. 3. A contrivance to prevent an animal from leaping or breaking through fenc
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poke

<botany> A large North American herb of the genus Phytolacca (P. Decandra), bearing dark purple juicy berries; called also garget, pigeon berry, pocan, and pokeweed. The root and berries have emetic and purgative properties, and are used in medicine. The young shoots are sometimes eaten as a substitute for asparagus, and the berries are said
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poke

pigeon berry noun tall coarse perennial American herb having small white flowers followed by blackish-red berries on long drooping racemes; young fleshy stems are edible; berries and root are poisonous
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Poke

• (n.) A bag; a sack; a pocket. • (v. t.) To thrust or push against or into with anything pointed; hence, to stir up; to excite; as, to poke a fire. • (n.) A large North American herb of the genus Phytolacca (P. decandra), bearing dark purple juicy berries; -- called also garget, pigeon berry, pocan, and pokeweed. The root and berrie
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poke

(species Phytolacca americana), strong-smelling shrublike plant with a poisonous root resembling that of a horseradish. The berries contain a red dye ... [2 related articles]
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Poke

[Hawaii] Poke (poʊˈkeɪ) is a raw fish salad served as an appetizer in Hawaiian cuisine. Pokē is the Hawaiian verb for "section" or "to slice or cut". ==Ingredients== Modern poke typically consists of cubed {okina}ahi (yellowfin tuna) sashimi marinated with sea salt, a small amount of soy sauce, inamona (roasted crushed candlenut), sesam
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Poke

raw fish with seaweed and sesame oil
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Poke

Poke, Poké or POKE may also refer to: ...
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Poke

Poke is slang for to have sex with.
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Poke

Poke is slang for to have sex with.
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Poke

To carry the neck stretched forward in an abnormally low, ungainly position, usually when moving.
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Poke

bag, sack ( "pig in a poke")
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poke

(1) a puff of marijuana; (2) the jab of a needle into one's skin
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Poke

[Cook Islands] I drew this myself. ==History of Image:Ringer t-shirt.jpg== ...
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Poke

A poke is a way to interact with your friends on Facebook. It allows one user to virtually poke another. Some consider it flirting.
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Poke

To carry the neck stretched forward in an abnormally low, ungainly position, usually when moving.
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Poke

The degree of acceleration after exiting a sharp turn, as in 'pokey'.
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