- 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.
- to steal or rob. _See_ the following.
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