poke in a sentence

poke meaning:

v. t.) To thrust or push against or into with anything pointed; hence, to stir up; to excite;

v. i.) To search; to feel one’s way, as in the dark; to grope;

n.) a thrust; a jog; a pushing motion or jab

v. ) to involve in another person’s affairs.

poke sentence:

She gave me a poke in the stomach.

He poked a hole in a paper.

He poked at the frog with a stick.

The room was cold, he poked the fire up a little.

She poked at her meal unenthusiastically.

The teacher pokes his nose into everything.

My father is always poking his nose into my private life.

Horses were poking their heads over their stall doors.

Vanessa gave me a playful poke in the ribs.

Her novels poke fun at the upper class.

Never poke a finger or scissors into an electric socket.

She poked her elbow into his ribs.

The workers poked a pole into the earth.

I’m sick of being poked and prodded by doctors.

He’d poked at the soil with a hoe to give it a fresh look.

Andy poked the fish with his finger to see if it was still alive.

Weeds had started poking through the cracks in the patio.

A malicious meddler who tries to discover sensitive information by poking around.

She poked the fire with unnecessary violence.

He often poked fun at fellow pupils and his teacher.

He poked fun at everyone and every institution.

The kids are poking a tiger with sticks.

You’ll poke someone in the eye with that umbrella if you’re not careful!

Poke a hole in the dough, and then form it into a rounded shape.

Defense attorneys tried to poke holes in Rodger’s story.

The witch could use bits of the eggshell to poke people and sicken them.

His mother often goes into his room and has a good old poke around.

She should know better than to poke the animal with her umbrella.

His mother often goes into his room and has a good old poke around.

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