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Poke their head out
See poach1, related formspokable, adjective m Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, Random House, Inc.
German pochen "to knock, rap both from Proto-Germanic root *puk-, perhaps imitative.
I suggest that if he pokes his nose any further into this he will get it punched by local authorities.
At first he didn't get the joke, but then he was slapping his thigh, poking his finger at his photographer.
1979, 1986 HarperCollins Publishers 1998, 2000, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2012 Word Origin and History for poking poke.
To thrust oneself obtrusively: to poke into something that is not one's affair.
From the, hansard archive, all kinds of gibes could no doubt be poked.
To make (a hole, one's way, etc.) by or as by prodding or pushing.
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Hold on, he said, staring at his smartphone and poking at its casino jeu paris machine a sous gratuit screen.To thrust or push: She poked her head out of the window.Idioms poke fun at, to ridicule or mock, especially covertly or slyly: In her novel, she pokes fun at her ex-husband.What if Neill Sheridan, poking about alone with a candle, could see through that veil?We have our wives and families in them, but we do not want anybody else poking around.To search curiously; pry (often followed by around or about).To extend or project (often followed by out His handkerchief korean pokemon cards is poking out of his back pocket.There is a clear role for the media, which need to stop using stereotypical images and stop poking fun.Later (1708) the word is used in the sense "pokeweed as a shortened form of puccoon, from Algonquian (Virginia) *puccoon, name of a plant used for dyeing." Native roots for "smoke" and "stain" have been proposed as the origin or origins.A slow or dawdling person; slowpoke.Poke.2 "pokeweed; a weed used in medicine and dyeing colonial American, from native words, possibly a confusion of similar-sounding Native American plant names; from 1630s in English as "tobacco plant short for uppowoc (1580s from Algonquian (Virginia) *uppowoc.