stoked

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Feeling excitement or an exciting rush
Simple past and past participle of to stoke
Motivate, enhance the performance of. From "to stoke a fire"
To be extremly excited, like when you very first arrive at the mountain and all is good
Feel'n good Pumped up "I was so stoked when I cleaned the rock garden "
Describes riders when they are pumped up and confident
to be happy or joyous; a feeling of pleasure
{s} exhilarated, joyful or euphoric; thrilled; delighted
very pleased and excited
stoke
To stir up and feed, especially, a fire or furnace
Stoke
Stoke-on-Trent
stoke
A unit of kinematic viscosity equal to that of a fluid with a viscosity of one poise and a density of one gram per millilitre
stoke
{f} stir up a and add fuel to a fire; tend a fire by keeping it supplied with fuel
stoke
If you stoke a fire, you add coal or wood to it to keep it burning. She was stoking the stove with sticks of maple. Stoke up means the same as stoke. He stoked up the fire in the hearth
stoke
To stir up and feed (a fire or furnace)
stoke
To poke or stir up, as a fire; hence, to tend, as the fire of a furnace, boiler, etc
stoke
To poke or stir up a fire; hence, to tend the fires of furnaces, steamers, etc
stoke
To stick; to thrust; to stab
stoke
If you stoke something such as a feeling, you cause it to be felt more strongly. These demands are helping to stoke fears of civil war. Stoke up means the same as stoke. He has sent his proposals in the hope of stoking up interest for the idea
stoke
stir up or tend; of a fire
stoked

    Türkische aussprache

    stōkt

    Aussprache

    /ˈstōkt/ /ˈstoʊkt/

    Etymologie

    [ 'stOk ] (verb.) 1683. Dutch stoken; akin to Middle Dutch stuken to push.

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