intoxicated or stupefied with a drug; high.
verb (used with object), stoked, stoking.
to poke, stir up, and feed (a fire).
to tend the fire of (a furnace, especially one used with a boiler to generate steam for an engine); supply with fuel.
verb (used without object), stoked, stoking.
to shake up the coals of a fire.
to tend a fire or furnace.
(NZ, informal) very pleased; elated: really stoked to have got the job
to feed, stir, and tend (a fire, furnace, etc)
(transitive) to tend the furnace of; act as a stoker for
A unit of kinematic viscosity equal to that of a fluid with a viscosity of one poise and a density of one gram per milliliter.
- Stoked on
noun 1. Also, stokehold [stohk-hohld] /ˈstoʊkˌhoʊld/ (Show IPA). fireroom. 2. a hole in a furnace through which the fire is stoked. noun, Nautical. 1. a chamber in which the boilers of a steam vessel are fired. noun (nautical) 1. a coal bunker for a ship’s furnace 2. the hold for a ship’s boilers; fire room […]
noun 1. Also, stokehold [stohk-hohld] /ˈstoʊkˌhoʊld/ (Show IPA). fireroom. 2. a hole in a furnace through which the fire is stoked. noun 1. another word for stokehold 2. a hole in a furnace through which it is stoked
- Stokely carmichael
noun 1. Hoagland Howard [hohg-luh nd] /ˈhoʊg lənd/ (Show IPA), (“Hoagy”) 1899–1981, U.S. songwriter and musician. 2. Stokely [stohk-lee] /ˈstoʊk li/ (Show IPA), (Kwame Ture) 1941–1998, U.S. civil-rights leader, born in Trinidad: chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee 1966–67. 3. a town in central California, near Sacramento. noun 1. Hoaglund Howard (ˈhəʊɡlənd), known as […]