from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- imp. of strike.
- n. A stroke.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An old preterit of strike.
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Et s é rieusement, vous avez peint ze human situation more better than J. - P. Sartre avec une seule strook.
Now, if her strook thee, thou must take it; there be no denaying of un.
The eight day much winde arising at the Westnorthwest, we not knowing how the coast lay, strook our sayles, and lay a drift, where we sounded and found 160 fadomes as afore.
In die lig van Suid-Afrika se tragiese apartheidserfnis en polarisasie, is dit dringend noodsaaklik dat beskerming en selfbeskikking verleen word aan alle groepe, ongeag ras of kleur, op 'n wyse wat strook met federale demokrasie soos deur die hele wereld beoefen en gerespekteer word, se hy.' n Federale stelsel sal
I had not fully declared these words, when as behold all the servants of the house were assembled with weapons to drive me away, one buffeted me about the face, another about the shoulders, some strook me in the sides, some kicked me, and some tare my garments, and so I was handled amongst them and driven from the house, as the proud young man
The said Johnne Leslye, (according to his formar vowes,) strook him first anes or twyse, and so did the said Petir.
More prone to move, though strook by lighter cause
Hath strook with pointed thyrsus through my heart;
From whose great milky udder-teats all hearts desires are strook;
So, strook with dread and anguish, fell the Fiend,
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