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rook

1. noun, slang A cheat or swindler, especially in a game of cards. After he won his third game in a row, I began to suspect that he might be a rook.
2. verb, slang To cheat, swindle, or fraudulently overcharge someone. It turns out he had been rooking his clients for hundreds of thousands of dollars in fabricated or inflated fees. I'm so wary of getting rooked by people online that I generally don't buy anything unless its from a known and trusted company.

rook

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tv. to cheat someone. Don’t go into that store. They’ll rook you.
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Rook earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Engineering from the University of Tennessee and received his MBA in Finance from Auburn University in Alabama.
In addition, Sophos plans to align its synchronized security technology and product portfolio with Rook Security's 24/7servicesfor MDR customers.
There are more than one million pairs of rooks in Britain but I suspect there are not as many rookeries in Cleveland as there once was.
to f1 then f1 to a1 from rook the moving -moves Two A.
"The warming spice sensation you taste when drinking our Pumpkin Style is something you can only get by using natural spices," says Alex Bahamonde, Head of Production at Rook Coffee.
BRUTAL BASE Blasting "unchecked and unmanaged" punishments at the Royal Logistics Corps HQ, Judge Rook said: "There was a toxic culture at Deepcut Sean was frequently the recipient of its actions."
Both Rook and Dizzy have made music since before they were teenagers.
Rook, wearing a grey jumper, spoke to confirm his name and date of birth at the brief hearing.
Communications services company Sprint (NYSE: S) announced on Friday the appointment of Ivo Rook to the newly created position of senior vice president of IoT, effective 1 January 2018.
Rook has spent his last seven years at Vodafone, most recently chief executive officer for Vodafone's IoT Business, which has USD 1B in revenue, 50m connections and 1,400 employees spanning 30 countries.
The documentary finds Rook and his mother, Deirdre Croft, at a crossroads in the present day.
Rook and rabbit rifles formed a distinct class of guns and ranged from low-priced break-action single shots up to flossy double rifles.
College of the Ouachitas (Ark.) Board of Trustees announced Steve Rook as the college's new president.
Ruly, round, red Robin, risque, robust, ruddy Rooster, rummy Rook
IN the autumn of 1960, Plato Richards, a black man in his early twenties, took up lodgings at a run-down boarding house run by a landlord we shall call Rook. Richards was now three weeks in arrears, despite promising to pay his rent, and so, one evening Rook decided to pay his defaulting tenant a visit.