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Spook

spook

1. A spirit; a ghost; an apparition; a hobgoblin.

Alternative forms: spuke.

2. (Science: zoology) The chimaera.

Origin: D. Spook; akin to G. Spuk, Sw. Spoke, Dan. Spogelse a specter, spoge to play, sport, joke, spog a play, joke.


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The Fiber Disease

... boy and can defend himself. With the video and all this stuff he has hinted it could be since he knows what it is and is not telling cuz he will spook you ..I want to know what it is if he knows..and I will not cry..I promise. Also...I feel for you and your children. I am a woman with children, ...

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