Definition of mook in English:

mook

Syllabification: mook
Pronunciation: /mo͝ok
 
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noun

US informal
A stupid or incompetent person.
More example sentences
  • Main characters are very cartoony; supporting characters, mooks and the like, are usually drawn quite realistically - and look more like Westerners.

Origin

1930s: of uncertain origin.

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