There are 2 main definitions of shook in English:

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shook 1

Pronunciation: /ʃʊk/

verb

past of shake.

adjective

informal
1 (shook up) Emotionally or physically disturbed; upset: she looks pretty shook up from the letter
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  • Young children, I know the firefighters, the original responders, they are shook up.
  • I think he was shook up and might have a bit of whiplash.
  • He was very shook up, but managing well - I would have expected no less from Pat's son.
2 (shook on) Australian /NZ Keen on; enthusiastic about: those stories you read about where two blokes get shook on the same sheila

Words that rhyme with shook

betook, book, brook, Brooke, Chinook, chook, Coke, cook, Cooke, crook, forsook, Gluck, hook, look, mistook, nook, partook, rook, schnook, schtuck, Shilluk, Tobruk, took, undercook, undertook

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shook 2

Pronunciation: /ʃʊk/

noun

North American
A set of components ready for assembly into a box or cask.

Origin

Late 18th century: of unknown origin.

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