nook

  1. a sheltered and secluded place
  2. an interior angle formed be two meeting walls

nook

[n] - a sheltered and secluded place
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Nook

• (n.) A narrow place formed by an angle in bodies or between bodies; a corner; a recess; a secluded retreat. • (n.) A narrow place formed by an angle in bodies or between bodies; a corner; a recess; a secluded retreat.
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nook

noun an interior angle formed be two meeting walls; `a piano was in one corner of the room`
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nook

noun a sheltered and secluded place
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Nook

[e-book reader] Living Syndication official Press Shot (licensed for use under their Bio section). I own this work. ...
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Nook

Nook noun [ Middle English nok ; confer Gael. & Ir. niuc .] A narrow place formed by an angle in bodies or between bodies; a corner; a recess; a secluded retreat. « How couldst thou find this dark, sequestered nook Milton.
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nook

a traditional unit of land area in northern England. Originally the nook was 1/2 virgate; a virgate, often called a yardland in the north, was about 30 acres in southern England but tended to be closer to 40 acres in the north. A nook of land thus came to be 20 acres or about 8.094 hectares.
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