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! ""