Spoking



verb
1.
a simple past tense of speak.
2.
Nonstandard. a past participle of speak.
3.
Archaic. a past participle of speak.
noun
1.
one of the bars, rods, or rungs radiating from the hub or nave of a wheel and supporting the rim or felloe.
2.
something that resembles the spoke of a wheel.
3.
a handlelike projection from the rim of a wheel, as a ship’s steering wheel.
4.
a rung of a ladder.
verb (used with object), spoked, spoking.
5.
to fit or furnish with or as with spokes.
verb
1.
the past tense of speak
2.
(archaic or dialect) a past participle of speak
noun
1.
a radial member of a wheel, joining the hub to the rim
2.
a radial projection from the rim of a wheel, as in a ship’s wheel
3.
a rung of a ladder
4.
(Brit) put a spoke in someone’s wheel, to thwart someone’s plans
verb
5.
(transitive) to equip with or as if with spokes

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