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Correct spellings for TOOKED

  • booked
  • choked I'm off guard her game had me choked up Checkin me play testin me (The mic) till I spoked up – The Mic by mf doom
  • cooked
  • corked It was so sudden and so headlong that it was like nothing so much as the gushing forth of the long corked -up contents of an over-full bottle, and he gazed at her in an astonishment that did not for some time permit him to gather the drift of what she was saying.
  • decked And she tore off the clothes in which she had decked herself, leaving them in a heap on the floor.
  • docked The Clipper docked mid-afternoon, and he checked in at his home away from home.
  • docket This distribution is sometimes made by the Chief Justice and sometimes by agreement, or according to the arrangement of the docket .
  • dogged And the one who admired her- it would be tiresome if she dogged her about in order to look at her.
  • doomed He had read in his morning paper that the Cove was doomed .
  • forked Deep down in the woods, beyond a small branch, the path forked .
  • hooked You have hooked her.
  • locked "What garden door was locked ?
  • pocked
  • soaked
  • stocked
  • tagged
  • ticket
  • toed They sang there in the moonlight, and I tip-toed to the window and peeped out and listened and listened with pictures and pictures tumbling in and out of my head.
  • togged Over in quarters, after the middies of the team had togged , a few anxious minutes of waiting followed.
  • toke
  • token
  • toned
  • toothed When the operation is performed, it should be done with a sharp, fine-toothed saw, and by sawing the horn off close enough to include a little of the skin and hair around its base.
  • topped
  • tucked
  • Cocked
  • Diked The old Netherlandish chronicles are filled with the most startling accounts of the damage done by the irruptions of the ocean, from west winds or extraordinarily high tides, at times long before any considerable extent of seacoast was diked.
  • Dodged
  • Ducked
  • Joked He joked kindly with many of the lodgers, calling them all by their names, and giving us short sketches of their characters.
  • Looked
  • Mocked
  • Poked
  • Rocked
  • Rooked He shall not be rooked or robbed today.
  • Tacked
  • Took
  • Talked
  • Tasked
  • Ticked
  • Toiled
  • Tolled
  • tooled
  • Tooted Two minutes later, to my utter surprise, a heavy motor horn tooted on the road behind me and looking back, I saw a private car emerge from behind one of the English motors, and whirl down in our direction.
  • Tooter "'Woman-she don't need no tooter,'" quoted Hollis.
  • Torqued
  • Tossed
  • Toted So, unbeknowing to all others, I toted a can of the stuff home to our tent one day.
  • Toured
  • Towed
  • toyed
  • Tugged
  • Worked
  • Yoked As babes we were yoked to the chariot to drag Jack's soul up to the doors of salvation.
  • Totted Yet, curiously enough, when Reason had set down the figures accurately, as he fancied, and totted up the trifling totals, there flitted before him something more that refused to be set down upon the paper.
  • Touted
  • Cooed
  • Tusked He pursued, armed only with blunt shaft and a few of the throw-stones such as Otah used; but he was less swift than the tiny horses, and his throw-stones fell wide, and it was rumored that here roamed the long-tusked shaggy ones that were larger than the very caves ...
  • hocked
  • togaed
  • tanked
  • stoked
  • tokes
  • coked
  • tonged
  • desexualizing
  • handwringing
  • much-criticized

36 words made from the letters TOOKED

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