Hoke


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  • hoke — often hoke up, 1935, theatrical slang, probably shortened from HOKUM (Cf. hokum) …   Etymology dictionary

  • hoke — ☆ hoke [hōk ] vt. hoked, hoking [< HOKUM] Slang to treat in a mawkishly sentimental, crudely comic, or artificial way: usually with up n. Slang HOKUM hokey adj …   English World dictionary

  • hoke — transitive verb (hoked; hoking) Etymology: hokum Date: 1925 to give a contrived, falsely impressive, or hokey quality to usually used with up < hoke up a movie with lots of action > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • hoke up — Synonyms and related words: act like, affect, assume, borrow, chorus, concoct, cook up, copy, counterfeit, crib, ditto, do, do like, echo, fabricate, fake, fantasize, forge, fudge, go like, hatch, hoke, imitate, invent, make like, make up,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • hoke — [həʊk] verb (usu. hoke something up) N. Amer. informal make excessively sentimental or contrived. Origin 1930s: back form. from hokum …   English new terms dictionary

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  • hoke — /hohk/, v., hoked, hoking, n. v.t. 1. to alter or manipulate so as to give a deceptively or superficially improved quality or value (usually fol. by up): a political speech hoked up with phony statistics. n. 2. hokum. [1930 35; back formation… …   Universalium

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