Definition of nook in English:

nook

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Pronunciation: /nʊk
 
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noun

Phrases

every nook and cranny

Every part or aspect of something: the party reached into every nook and cranny of people’s lives
More example sentences
  • The point of that puzzle wasn't to test people's mental images of every nook and cranny of the borders between the 50 states.
  • That night, the audience is great: standing, dancing, wedged into every nook and cranny of the prison set.
  • Perhaps it was overload from a year of political rhetoric that has permeated every nook and cranny of the media.

Origin

Middle English (denoting a corner or fragment): of unknown origin.

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