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  • noun Plural form of shook.

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Examples

  • Slave ships also stored stacks of hoops and “shooks” disassembled water casks, and large quantities of medicine and disinfectants.

    Hanging Captain Gordon

  • When he came back aboard, he noticed that all 250 bundles of hoops and shooks had been made into barrels, filled with river water, and stowed.

    Hanging Captain Gordon

  • When he came back aboard, he noticed that all 250 bundles of hoops and shooks had been made into barrels, filled with river water, and stowed.

    Hanging Captain Gordon

  • When he came back aboard, he noticed that all 250 bundles of hoops and shooks had been made into barrels, filled with river water, and stowed.

    Hanging Captain Gordon

  • Slave ships also stored stacks of hoops and “shooks” disassembled water casks, and large quantities of medicine and disinfectants.

    Hanging Captain Gordon

  • After making his deal, he had the whiskey off-loaded, along with the 250 packets of shooks and hoops; these were assembled into hogsheads, filled with river water, and stowed in the hold.

    Hanging Captain Gordon

  • Slave ships also stored stacks of hoops and “shooks” disassembled water casks, and large quantities of medicine and disinfectants.

    Hanging Captain Gordon

  • When he came back aboard, he noticed that all 250 bundles of hoops and shooks had been made into barrels, filled with river water, and stowed.

    Hanging Captain Gordon

  • After making his deal, he had the whiskey off-loaded, along with the 250 packets of shooks and hoops; these were assembled into hogsheads, filled with river water, and stowed in the hold.

    Hanging Captain Gordon

  • After making his deal, he had the whiskey off-loaded, along with the 250 packets of shooks and hoops; these were assembled into hogsheads, filled with river water, and stowed in the hold.

    Hanging Captain Gordon

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