stook


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stook

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

Stook

 a heap or bundle; a truss of flax or of sheaves of grain, 1530. See also cock.
Examples: stook of corn, 1530; of flax; of grain, 1530; of hay, 1600; of leaves, 1892; of rocks, 1865; of straw, 1571; of good thatch, 1876.

stook


Past participle: stooked
Gerund: stooking

Imperative
stook
stook
Present
I stook
you stook
he/she/it stooks
we stook
you stook
they stook
Preterite
I stooked
you stooked
he/she/it stooked
we stooked
you stooked
they stooked
Present Continuous
I am stooking
you are stooking
he/she/it is stooking
we are stooking
you are stooking
they are stooking
Present Perfect
I have stooked
you have stooked
he/she/it has stooked
we have stooked
you have stooked
they have stooked
Past Continuous
I was stooking
you were stooking
he/she/it was stooking
we were stooking
you were stooking
they were stooking
Past Perfect
I had stooked
you had stooked
he/she/it had stooked
we had stooked
you had stooked
they had stooked
Future
I will stook
you will stook
he/she/it will stook
we will stook
you will stook
they will stook
Future Perfect
I will have stooked
you will have stooked
he/she/it will have stooked
we will have stooked
you will have stooked
they will have stooked
Future Continuous
I will be stooking
you will be stooking
he/she/it will be stooking
we will be stooking
you will be stooking
they will be stooking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been stooking
you have been stooking
he/she/it has been stooking
we have been stooking
you have been stooking
they have been stooking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been stooking
you will have been stooking
he/she/it will have been stooking
we will have been stooking
you will have been stooking
they will have been stooking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been stooking
you had been stooking
he/she/it had been stooking
we had been stooking
you had been stooking
they had been stooking
Conditional
I would stook
you would stook
he/she/it would stook
we would stook
you would stook
they would stook
Past Conditional
I would have stooked
you would have stooked
he/she/it would have stooked
we would have stooked
you would have stooked
they would have stooked
Translations

stook

[stuːk]
A. Ntresnal m, garbera f
B. VTponer en tresnales

stook

nHocke f
References in classic literature ?
When I had read it, I stook looking at the Professor, and after a pause asked him, "In God's name, what does it all mean?
The number of previously-treated in the private sector hospitals inside Yemen stook at 4,797 wounded and injured Yemeni.
He said ex-servicemen were part of armed forces and they stook with their serving brethren.
Embedded in the inviting wall are iconic images from our past, as obvious as a large York boat and church spire, as subtle as the 1817 treaty map, fur traps and a stook of grain.
Some of the other activities the girls at Saint Joseph's were required to do were to make clothing for the boys and the Brothers; pick olives, grapes and fruit when in season; stook the hay (after harvesting); and make soap.
Results also indicated that one equity Bond stook place with a volume of 118,827 worth BD 118,827.
Traditionally, the dolly or kern baby was made from the last stook of straw from the harvest field.
But perhaps more importantly in the context of the season, in which a run of two wins from 15 matches had seen them plummet down the table, the win stook them eight points clear of the National League's bottom four with 10 games left.
CANADA--Lloyd Bruce, Zeljka Draca, Bryan Horton, Jan Stook, Alan Markwat, Robbie Isenberg
Elias Stook also went 2-for-2 for Cottage Grove (2-0), and Lucas Ward pitched four shutout innings.
Anthony Vineyards identified early on that to maintain organic grape sales, retailers had to be able to stook organic grapes year-round.