- v. Simple past tense and past participle of poke.
“I'm not sure about the term poked with a stick, I understand there was some contact made,”
“We pushed off and cruised along the marsh as a dolphin poked its nose and fin out of the water.”
“Washington pulled to 2-1 as Semin poked in a rebound under Belfour's leg at 11: 56 of the second for his 25th goal of the season.”
“His shot from just outside the crease was blocked by Auld, but Ovechkin poked in the rebound.”
“Her features were hidden behind a fuzzmask, and the sharp tips of her black hair poked from the base of the thin helmet.”
“After an attempted pass across the crease was broken up, Berezin poked the loose puck between Denis 'pads to give the Blackhawks the lead.”
“Drake again poked it in for his fourth of the season, completing his first multi-goal game in a Blues 'uniform.”
“She was sitting there, her back against a boulder, the forest behind her, so motionless that inquisitive bower-birds and leather-heads came quite close to her feet, her small pointed chin poked forward, her eyes shadowy and mysterious as the still waterpools below.”
“Maybe she’ll think next timw she’s gettin poked … an experience you will never be on either end of.”
“He was in that little hospital bed, completely shattered—he was immobilized, entirely in their hands, while a doctor with a fearsome expression poked around in his wounds.”
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