dook

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dook

1. verb, slang To defecate What, are you dooking in there? Come on, let's go!
2. noun, slang Feces. What, are you taking a dook in there? Come on, let's go!

dukes

slang Fists. I put up my dukes, expecting him to strike me at any moment. I ain't gonna let nobody insult my good character—come on and put up your dukes!
See also: duke

dook

and duke (duk)
1. mod. really bad. (see also the entry for duke.) This day was really dook!
2. in. to defecate. Mom, I gotta dook.
3. to perform anal sex. (Offensive if understood.) The dude wanted to dook me!

duke

verb
See dook

duke

1. in. to empty one’s stomach; to vomit. (see also dukes.) She’s in the john, duking like a goat.
2. Go to dook.

dukes

1. n. the fists. Okay, brother, put your dukes up.
2. n. the knees. He went down on his dukes and prayed for all sorts of good stuff.
See also: duke
References in classic literature ?
DEAR NUTT,--As I see you're working Spooks and Dooks at the same time, what about an article on that rum business of the Eyres of Exmoor; or as the old women call it down here, the Devil's Ear of Eyre?
"Pals of the Dook, I suppose?" said the landlord, surveying our mud-stained garments with ironical eyes.
"I've less reason to wish the Dook well than most men," said he, "for I was head coachman once, and cruel bad he treated me.
braved the SWIMMERS cold with loony dooks into freezing lakes, seas and rivers yesterday.
There are an increasing number of New Year's Day dooks across Scotland including: The Douglas Dook at Brodick jetty on the Isle of Arran; the RNLI New Year Swim at Rhu Marina, Helensburgh; and the New Year's Day Dook organised by Ye Amphibious Ancient Bathing Association in Broughty Ferry Harbour, near Dundee.
BBA statistics director David Dooks said: "Approvals for new purchases have climbed quite significantly and are now at their highest point since September 2007.
BBA statistics director David Dooks said: "These figures show credit card borrowing is now growing more strongly than at any time in the last five years.
David Dooks, BBA statistics director, said the figures suggested that consumer confidence is growing.
The hottest part of the nation was in Dooks, Co Kerry, which recorded a sweltering 31C on July 19.
We played links courses Waterville and Dooks and two parkland tracks Killeen and Mahony's Point at the delightfully named Killarney Golf and Fishing Club, which stands on Lake Leane, in the shadow of the high rugged mountains of McGillycuddy Reeks, a breathtaking backdrop on virtually every hole on both courses.
ADRIVE round the spectacular 100-plus miles of the fabled Ring of Kerry was a nice bonus to a golf trip to the south west of Ireland, where we played links courses Waterville and Dooks, and two parkland tracks Killeen and Mahony's Point at the delightfully named Killarney Golf and Fishing Club.
BBA statistics director, David Dooks said: "The high street banks are currently providing nearly pounds 1.5trillion of credit to UK businesses and households and they continue to lend.
BBA statistics director David Dooks said: " The household sector generally is focusing on debt repayment amid a continuing air of uncertainty."
www.watervillegolflinks.ie Dooks golf club: Golf has been played at this club since 1889.
David Dooks, director of statistics at the BBA, said: "Most new mortgage lending is being done by the high street banks but demand is, of course, being moderated by the impacts of the recession."