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  • v. Present participle of sook.


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  • Aye, ten weeks she gives it, sitting in the larder, sooking up their daily dose of brandy.

    A Small Death in the Great Glen

  • Hunterston used to use a cooling system which was basically sooking in seawater in big pipes, to cool the uranium.

    Nuclear Power and Hot Air

  • Mark Webber has promoted FPV in the past but never saw Renault sooking. | Top Stories

  • Typical Muppets from NSW, Always sooking, cant win state of origin, always living in envy. | Top Stories

  • Australian fans need to learn to respect other teams, and kiwi's need to stop sooking. | Top Stories

  • All the Brisbane fans stop sooking, when the shoe is on the other foot and Brisbane appear to get all the 50 50 ref calls you are fine with it. | Top Stories

  • Yay for the snappage or yay for the no sooking?? pixelatedgames A couple weeks ago I apparently won some Ubisoft competition and they gave me a list of four cds I could possibly get, two of them I wasn't interested in (I think Lady Gaga was one of them) but two I were, The Killers and The Presets.

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  • This is just a bunch of filthy rag tag Arabs crying poor, picking a fight then sooking when they get their hairy unwiped asses kicked.


  • I went out an had tea by myself, then took off to bed, still quite worn out from the bus and my sooking the night before! TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at

  • For example, if you have a wee sweetie after your tea it does a lot less damage than sooking one after another all afternoon.



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