Shook In A Sentence

Definition of Shook

simple past tense of shake. | A set of pieces for making a cask or box, usually wood. | The parts of a piece of house furniture, as a bedstead, packed together.

How To Use Shook In A Sentence?

  • After a little further chat he shook hands heartily and affectionately, and took his leave.
  • At that moment the lightning struck one of the bastions, and shook the mountain to its very base.
  • Tom shook himself out of his overcoat with a silent grin, but Ted was not so considerate.
  • In his agitation he shook the branch of a tree with which he was supporting himself as he looked over the edge of the cliff.
  • I put one hand on that attendant's collar and shook the other threateningly in his face.
  • Beldi shook his head at his wife and pointed at the children in order to give another turn to the conversation.
  • We were distant from that volcano, with mountains between us; but its convulsive throes shook the solid foundations of nature.

Short & Simple Example Sentence For Shook | Shook Sentence

  • Goodell shook his head.
  • Elinor shook her head.
  • Wenzinger shook his head.
  • Hicks shook his head.
  • Hubert shook his head.
  • Renouard shook his head.
  • The other woman shook her head.
  • Tancredi shook her head silently.
  • Then he too shook his head and departed.
  • She shook her head impatiently.
  • The girl shook her head.
  • He shook off the impression with an effort.
  • Harding shook his head sorrowfully.
  • She shook the coat out and laid it on the table.
  • Lumley shook his head in decided negative.
  • The turbulence of my agitation shook my very frame.
  • So they shook hands and struck a bargain.
  • Jessie shook her head, tearfully.
  • Then he shook his fist at Pep.
  • The Prince shook his head.
  • MacRae smiled and shook his head stubbornly.
  • Mrs. Spicer shook her head.
  • I shook hands with Lyn, and swung into my saddle.
  • She shook her head and then laughed her rippling laugh at herself.
  • Bruce shook his head dolefully over the clearly written date.
  • She shook her head while the rusty mourning veil shrouded her features.
  • The figure slowly raised his iron fist and shook it with a terrible menace.
  • He shook hands, and asked me to come to tea with him on the morrow.
  • The conductor looked over his shoulder, and slightly shook his head.
  • Faith, the old mansion shook as though it had mistaken it for an earthquake.
  • His frame shook with the strong, terrible crying of despairing grief.
  • He shook gently Renouard's arm.
  • He shook Vincent's hand heartily in parting.

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