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Ok   /ˈoʊkˈeɪ/   Listen

A state in south central United States.  Synonyms: Oklahoma, Sooner State.
An endorsement.  Synonyms: O.K., okay, okeh, okey.

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"Ok" Quotes from Famous Books

... spear. In the Chaldee, Syriac, and Arabic zug means to join, to couple; from this the Greeks obtained zugos, the Romans jugum, and we the word yoke; while the Germans obtained jok or jog, the Dutch juk, the Swedes ok. The Sanscrit is juga. The Arabic sanna, to be old, reappears in the Latin senex, the Welsh hen, and our senile. The Hebrew banah, to build, is the Irish bun, foundation, and the Latin fundo, fundare, to found. The Arabic baraka, to bend the knee, to fall on ...
— The Antediluvian World • Ignatius Donnelly

... some crackling dome Was fired before the exploding bomb; And as the fabric sank beneath The shattering shell's volcanic breath, In red and wreathing columns flashed The flame, as loud the ruin crashed, 170 Or into countless meteors driven, Its earth-stars melted into heaven;[ok] Whose clouds that day grew doubly dun, Impervious to the hidden sun, With volumed smoke that slowly grew[ol] To one wide ...
— The Works Of Lord Byron, Vol. 3 (of 7) • Lord Byron

... general scheme of approach will be on the lines as laid down in the "Self-help Corps Standard Formation of Attack" (OK 340/CV/429). ...
— Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 152, June 20, 1917 • Various

... individuals among the Esquimaux had already, in a manner, attached themselves to each of us. Captain Lyon now informed me that one of his acquaintance, a remarkably fine and intelligent young man, named Ayoket, had given him to understand that he had somewhere or other seen Kabloona[*] people like ourselves only a few months ago. This being the case, there seemed no reason why, if it were made worth his while, he should not be able to see them again in the course of next summer. Anxious ...
— Three Voyages for the Discovery of a Northwest Passage from the • Sir William Edward Parry

... point we part company with Freud, whose ideas on dreams as wish-fulfilments we have been following, in the main. Not that Freud would OK our account of dreams up to this point. Far from it. It would seem to him on too superficial a level altogether, dealing as it does with conscious wishes and with straightforward fulfilments. It has left out of account the "Unconscious" and its symbolisms. ...
— Psychology - A Study Of Mental Life • Robert S. Woodworth

... do. He wasn't bad to us, but he done somethin' awful, an' then he ran away, an' our mother died, an' he sent us miles an' miles away to a city, an' we lived with old Mother Cummins. But I mind the ocean—it smelt like—ok, it smelt awful good! Did you ...
— Treasure Valley • Marian Keith

Words linked to "Ok" :   countenance, U.S.A., okey, Canadian River, Cimarron River, the States, sanction, United States, Enid, Neosho, Bartlesville, Llano Estacado, cimarron, Tulsa, Muskogee, Arkansas River, Platt National Park, Neosho River, red, imprimatur, America, indorsement, McAlester, warrant, Lawton, American state, United States of America, USA, Red River, satisfactory, Canadian, endorsement, colloquialism, Arkansas, US, U.S., Sooner State

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