- nook (n.)
- c. 1300, noke, of unknown origin. Possibly connected with Norwegian dialectal nokke "hook, bent figure," or Old English hnecca "neck," but the sense evolution would be difficult.
- 1. We found a seat in a little nook, and had some lunch.
- 2. Boxes are stacked in every nook and cranny at the factory.
- 3. a shady nook in the garden
- 4. They searched every nook and corner.
- 5. Every nook and cranny of this place brought back memories.
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