from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete or Scotch form of truck.
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Ah mais oui… issa Jen-Yu-Win Moose Har tu; Voulez Vous troke it? lolpigburglar says:
"You'll likely ken," said Mungo; "I've had sma 'troke wi' them mysel '."
Filled with arcane words she must have thought would impress her youthful audience—supererogatory, correlational, fugacious, quodlibet, troke—she contended that Great Britain’s recognition of the Chinese Communist regime on the mainland reminded her of “the remarkable similarity of a festival of complacency, lulled by auto-hypnosis, which pervaded the British leadership prior to World War I.”
-- '_troke_! we had the foam of the German's stern wash at our blades!
(Blogs / Journey to Oz) ... troke video analysis are: 1) I swim like a windmill - meaning I do not bend my arms at the elbows whatsoever when I'm pulling through the water.
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