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Spell Check of cook

Correct spelling: cook

Definition of cook:

  1. To make the noise of the cuckoo.
  2. One whose occupation is to cook.
  3. To prepare food for eating by boiling, roasting, baking, & c.; to prepare, with a view to impose upon, as a financial statement; to prepare.

Cook \cook\

Cook as a boy's name is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Cook is "cook". Occupational name.C..
gage, Keoki.
cooke, cookie.

Google Ngram Viewer results for cook:

This graph shows how "cook" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for cook:

  1. It was used only to cook our food or to keep us warm. –  by
  2. Then take out the cabbage and drain it, and put it into the stew- pan to cook with the partridges for half an hour. –  by
  3. I can cook and I like to. –  by

Quotes for cook:

  1. I love to cook. I make an award -winning turkey chili.
  2. A women needs to be a cook in the kitchen and a whore in the bedroom.
  3. My mother said it was simple to keep a man, you must be a maid in the living room, a cook in the kitchen and a whore in the bedroom. I said I'd hire the other two and take care of the bedroom bit.
  4. The secret is to cook the aubergines the day before and let them dry of all the oil they drank in cooking. When you cook aubergine, they eat a lot of oil. It can be very heavy.
  5. My parents were born in Norfolk and spent their early years working in the big houses of that rural English county, my mother as a cook and my father as a handyman and chauffeur.

Rhymes for cook:

  1. book, brook, brooke, cooke, crook, hook, hooke, look, nook, rook, shook, snook, flook, took, schnook, stroock, crooke;
  2. chinook, precook, unhook, forsook, mistook, kirkuk, retook, rebook;
  3. overcook, overtook, undertook, undercook;
  4. gobbledygook;