Definition of shook

verb

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

emotionally or physically disturbed; upset.

So there were people who felt too shook up and who were worried about what he was saying.

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Example of shook

  • Anyways, I called and told him this and he was really shook up .

  • But Kenny was all shook up at the prospect of performing.

  • Christine admitted she was all shook up when she met Alan.

  • Far from being tempted to doze at the wheel, they emerged from their vehicles wide-eyed and all shook up .

  • He was very shook up , but managing well - I would have expected no less from Pat's son.

  • I carefully stumbled down the cliff path, I was saw that Anna couldn't look while I was coming down she was obviously more shook up than we first thought.

  • I think he was shook up and might have a bit of whiplash.

  • I'm a little shook up about the whole thing and I need to go lie down and recover.

  • She called out to her Dad, Jesse in a shook up voice.

  • So there were people who felt too shook up and who were worried about what he was saying.


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