juke[ jook ]SEE DEFINITION OF juke
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Loitering at the juke box, Pembroke overheard the conversation.
"I 'clare, Juke, I 'clare you is a caution," was all he could say.
Juke, in the course of time, was engaged to be married to a maiden named Cleora.
Hell of a pompous duck; the boys call him 'Juke Montgomery.'
Any one would of thought it was the Juke of Wellington, to hear him arguing with that driver.
An' so you an' me, we been pardners right along, an' I wouldn't swap pardners wid nobody—you heah, Juke?
Fur gracious sake, look at Juke, settin' on his daddy's shoulder, with a face on him ole as a man!
Surely, so we are inclined to grumble, the taste was severe that led Mr. Ainger to dismiss Juke Judkins.
No amount of argument on this question could be so conclusive as are these simple facts concerning the "Juke" family.
At the moment they're slugging it out to see which one gets to levy a head tax on the juke boxes in this section.