Did you perchance mean nook?
American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Slang An insignificant or contemptible person.
- n. A disagreeable or incompetent person.
- n. slang A manipulated or rigged set of business accounting ledgers.
- The origin is uncertain. (Wiktionary)
- Probably alteration of moke. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“A minion, or mook, is an opponent designed to be one of those guys that goes down like tenpins in the movies.”
“First mook: "He says it's the Greek word for grace.”
“It's got giant robots, double-breasted suits, chinese warlords, taoist priests, world domination, some of the coolest "mook"-level henchmen good and evil ever, superpowers, and more sheer AWESOME than anyone can easily compare.”
“Over in Japan, FAUST is considered a "mook" - that's a magazine and a book - speaking to the disaffected otaku culture, with a mix of cutting-edge fiction and manga.”
“Similarly, while sometimes all it takes to drop a mook is a round to the get, you can other times empty a clip into someone's shiny noggin and they'll just grin and blow you away with a Skorpion.”
“The ride on the ferry takes 1 and a half hours. (what kind of mook thinks it takes six?)”
“I learnt the official meaning of "mook" in today's commercialist society.”
“Make will be published quarterly and will take the format of a "mook," a magazine and book hybrid popular in Japan.”
“One of the talks I had to miss at Euro Foo was on Make, O'Reilly's forthcoming "mook" it's a magazine/book of neat projects and tools.”
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