Shook are the parts needed for making a barrel or a packing box.(noun)
An example of shook are the wood strips, metal hoops and seals that make up a barrel.
Shook is defined as someone or something has been moved in short, quick motions.(verb)
An example of shook is a cocktail that has been mixed in a shaker.
See shook in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: prob. var. of shock
transitive verb, intransitive verb
See shook in American Heritage Dictionary 4
Origin: Probably from shook cask
Origin: , variant of shaken cask, cask broken down for shipment
Origin: , from shaken, dismantled and packed for transport
Origin: , past participle of shake, to scatter, shed.
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