mook

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mook

 (mo͞ok)
n. Slang
A foolish or contemptible person.

[Probably alteration of moke.]

mook

(muːk)
n
slang US a person regarded with contempt, esp a stupid person
[of uncertain origin]
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Junior Mooks Aschema has played the last two games at tailback and gained 92 yards.
As the bull being toyed with in front of a crowd of sick mooks at Pamplona jumped into the crowd and ran amok, spearing one spectator after another, you could almost hear him saying: "Think you're hard?
That may be just as corny a fantasy in its way, but mooks like us aren't getting any younger, so we may as well go for it.
Add subplots about straight mobsters who would rather be cooking and sewing, gun-wielding mooks who need lessons in "acting gay," wacky archconservative militia members, and some 11th-hour drag queens, and you've got one miserable minestrone.
VISIT: With PM John Howard; TREND: Sporty Mooks clothes
You can get away with very bold prints and the unforgiving collarless shirt 1 Oriental print pounds 50 French Connection 2 Belted pounds 45 Mooks 3 Ditzy print pounds 28 M&S 4 Collarless pounds 14.
Junior Andrew Bitar will help at inside linebacker, while junior captain Tu Nguyen and junior free safety Mooks Aschema anchor the secondary.
If all they did was wait for a break in play and then shouted "Come on, Michael" or "Come on, Obafemi" in screechy tones, they would look just as silly as the mooks in Centre Court wearing Union flag waistcoats.
The movie also pays lip service to culture clashes with its gypsies, North Africans and French mooks mixing it up, but there's never any kind of point-of-view to this undercurrent or anything else for that matter.
This, of course, proves easier said than done; after huffing and puffing their way up flights of stairs, the family's gray-haired mooks barely have enough energy left to pull triggers on the various pigeon-keepers they mistake for their elusive prey.
When the undercard contenders for a Mike Tyson match turn up A) blitzed-out on drugs and B) dead the morning of the big fight, desperate promoters Joe Domino (Tom Sizemore, obviously sleazy) and Hank Goody (Robert Wagner, sophisticatedly so), offer our two mooks the opening matchup if they can get to the Strip on time.
Cactus Coolers is 2-3 with White Sox 1-4 and The Mooks last at 0-5.