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Adjective
Curved or bent like a hook
“His father made him a hooked cane to take with him on his long hikes into the forest.”
Adjective
Addicted or dependent on something, especially illicit substances
“I'm struggling to believe he can keep up with his law career and run for a political office while he's hooked on drugs.”
Adjective
Devoted to or absorbed in something
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“After I read the first book, I was hooked on the series, and even though it is written for teens, it was something that I found extremely interesting to read.”
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Preoccupied with something to the exclusion of everything else
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Having or showing amorous intentions or love for someone
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Having formally agreed to marry
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Mutually dependent on one another in a relationship
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Not physically able to be moved
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Under an obligation to someone or an organization, typically financially
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Habitual, firmly established, and unlikely to change
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Observant, vigilant and aware, especially of danger
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Implicated in an affair or issue
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Under a spell or the influence of spirits
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Familiar through use
Verb
To have aroused someone
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“She would always find her way to hook me back in with fake promises, apologies, and many excuses.”
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Past tense for to join or attach together using a hook or hooks
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“Robbie helped me form a loop in the wire and hook the two ends together to form the wreath.”
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Past tense for to intertwine or mesh together
“The pattern of long flowering branches hook together to form a continuous and linear pattern on the white cotton fabric.”
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Past tense for to bend into the shape of a curve or hook, physically or trajectorially
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“I knew I had to kick it nice and straight or it would hook left in the wind.”
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Past tense for to catch or get a hold of with, or as if with, a hook or trap
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“She recalled her mother telling her friends that it took a patient fisherman to hook a big fish.”
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Past tense for to obtain through manipulative or deceitful methods
“She would be off outside one of the cheap downtown bars trying to hook money from some guy too drunk to see very well or even know what the heck he was doing.”
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Past tense for to unlawfully take possession of something
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Past tense for to come into possession of
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Past tense for to strike, especially with force
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Past tense for to make an inaccurate or poor contact or strike
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Past tense for to move or proceed forward by force
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Past tense for to give as security on a loan
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Past tense for to attack someone, typically from a hidden position
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Past tense for to cause someone to become addicted to something
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Past tense for to deceive or fool someone
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