"hook" Definition

  1. an expression at Oxford, implying doubt, either connected with Hookey Walker, or with a note of interrogation (?) “Yes, with a HOOK at the end of it!” _i.e._, with some reservation, generally that of doubt, by the speaker.
  2. to steal or rob. _See_ the following.

More About hook

Position in the dictionary: 1683 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: hook it, hook or by crook, hook um snivey, hookey walker!, hooks, hop, hop merchant, hop o’ my thumb, hop the twig, hopping giles
Previous words in the dictionary: honour bright, honey blobs, honest shilling, hondey, homo, holy land, holy joe, hollow, hold hard, hoisting

The Slang Dictionary's Entry for hook

Read The Slang Dictionary's historical definition of the slang word "hook" on this page. Also learn other useful information about "hook", including the position in the dictionary and the next and previous terms to be discovered.