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Definition of "rooked" []

  • Simple past tense and past participle of rook. (verb)

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Use "rooked" in a sentence
  • "To-night, remembering Bubbles 'words, he gave a careless, rueful thought to the question of how Varick, who was always generous about money, must be cheated -- "rooked" was the expression the doctor used in his own mind -- by these job servants who were here, so his host told him, just for the one month."
  • "When Mike had paid his hotel bill, very few pounds were left for the card-room, and judging it was not an hour in which he might tempt fortune, he "rooked" a young man remorselessly."
  • "And that same evening this hypocritical Highness 'rooked' a foolish young fellow of over one thousand English pounds! ""
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