from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See spook.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as spook.
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(daß es in dem Zimmer spuke), for something invisible to the eye had risen up from the corner with a sound as if it had been lying on straw, and slowly and feebly, but with distinct steps, crossed the room and sank down moaning and groaning behind the stove.
The rostrum from vrhich the Athetiinn oraturs spuke there, tamed towards the »ea ly Theniistocles,
"the pirate's spuke," that used to cruise up and down the wrathful torrent, and was snuffed out of sight for some hours by old Peter