rook[ roo k ]SEE DEFINITION OF rook
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That they are,” replied the Rook, “and they ought to be taught better.
The following day the Blackbird had a long talk with the Rook.
One day he happened to mention his trouble and disappointment to the Rook.
I carried the lady into her rook, and they ran for a surgeon and a midwife.
If one rook of a colony gets into trouble, all the rest are worried about him directly.
He had a gun on his shoulder, and carried by the claws the body of a rook with white wings.
Swallows often buffet a crow; but this was a clear case of a rook attacking.
We'll rook him at poker and bridge and shooting, and a few other things.
Then came a rook, in black, like a minister, with spectacles and white cravat.
Every rook within a mile flew from its eyrie and cawed strenuously.