A large North American herb of the genus Phytolacca (P. decandra), bearing dark purple juicy berries; -- called also garget, pigeon berry, pocan, and pokeweed. The root and berries have emetic and purgative properties, and are used in medicine. The young shoots are sometimes eaten as a substitute for asparagus, and the berries are said to be used in Europe to color wine.
A bag; a sack; a pocket.
A long, wide sleeve; -- called also poke sleeve.
To thrust or push against or into with anything pointed; hence, to stir up; to excite; as, to poke a fire.
To thrust with the horns; to gore.
To put a poke on; as, to poke an ox.
To search; to feel one's way, as in the dark; to grope; as, to poke about.
The act of poking; a thrust; a jog; as, a poke in the ribs.
A lazy person; a dawdler; also, a stupid or uninteresting person.
A contrivance to prevent an animal from leaping or breaking through fences. It consists of a yoke with a pole inserted, pointed forward.
If you like good ol' fashion Southern soul food then, yes, I am a good cook! My specialty is chicken dumplings and poke salad. Dolly Parton
I actually regard Facebook as a huge bore, but I cannot refrain from participating in it. I guess I crave the feeling of hope it gives me to think that today will be different from yesterday, that I will find an interesting comment or poke or video, and on the extremely rare occasion when that happens, I am just thrilled. Roseanne Barr
I like girls who are self-deprecating. I like girls who make fun of themselves. If you can't poke fun at yourself, what are you? I just want someone with a good soul. That's about it. The rest I'm really flexible on. Chris Evans
The public is like a piano. You just have to know what keys to poke. Al Capp