stook

[stook, stook] Chiefly British and Canadian.
noun
1.
shock2 ( def 1 ).
verb (used with object)
2.
shock2 ( def 2 ).
verb (used without object)
3.
to stack sheaves of grain; form a pile of straw.

Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English stouk, Old English stūc heap; cognate with Middle Low German stūke, German Stauche; akin to stock

stooker, noun
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stook (stuːk)
 
n
1.  a number of sheaves set upright in a field to dry with their heads together
 
vb
2.  (tr) to set up (sheaves) in stooks
 
[C15: variant of stouk, of Germanic origin; compare Middle Low German stūke, Old High German stūhha sleeve]
 
'stooker
 
n

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Sam had a barn with an ell part, stook on the highest hill around here.
Plaintiff all egest hat the following event stook place immediately preceding his firing.
It in said that this move was made by some of the stook holders.
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