Eva sat on the top of a stook with her mouth open; the lark underneath, doubtless in no better plight.
stook; a shock of corn, generally containing twelve sheaves.
They were tied only at the seed end, and the base of the stalks was spread out forming a tent-shaped stack, called a stook.
If the season is late, as is usual with us, then mid-September sees the corn still standing in stook.
The wheat usually stands only a week in stook, and is then threshed on the field.
Maida went in headlong after her, and the stook began to be much agitated in various directions.
He found a cornfield with a half-built stack, and sheaves in stook.
And then, one Sunday afternoon, after the wheat was all in stook, came another incident to change the course of his career.
The water was mild and blue, and the corn stood drowsily in "stook."
We worked for Mr. Keefer until the last sheaf of his six hundred acre crop was in stook.