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Similar words: by the same tokenyokejokepokechokesmokebrokeevokeMeaning: [stəʊk]  v. stir up or tend; of a fire. 
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1. Stoke up for the day on a good breakfast.
2. You should stoke up now you may not get another meal today.
3. Miss Brown and her friend, both from Stoke, were arrested on the 8th of June.
4. He continued to stoke up hatred in his speeches.
5. These demands are helping to stoke fears of civil war.
6. They've just opened a new hotel in the Stoke area.
7. We'd better stoke up now — we've got a long journey in front of us.
8. The publicity was intended to stoke up interest in her music.
9. Do they stoke up to go up on the stage?
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10. Stoke, still searching for a League win, recall £250,000 front-man Biggins, fit after knee surgery.
11. Stoke themselves have had no contact from celtic since last Wednesday when compensation talks broke down.
12. Plymouth v Stoke Plymouth are unchanged - despite the 6-1 home defeat by Arsenal in midweek.
13. Their employers were quick to stoke up popular envy through the press if players even temporarily forgot their good fortune.
14. Limpley Stoke sewer outfall producing bream., with some chub throughout.
15. Surgeons at nearby Stoke Mandeville Hospital were able to put it back on and have restored some movement.
16. Suspended Stoke striker Wayne Biggins clashed with Halsall after the final whistle and police were forced to intervene.
17. No, that would simply stoke her anger to further excess.
18. You'd better tuck in, stoke up your energy supplies.
19. We stoke the coals, put on a pot of potatoes, and slap five pork chops on to the grill.
20. A friend of his is having a do in Stoke.
21. In 1963 he had the great satisfaction of helping Stoke City regain the First Division title.
22. The first nine in each of the four events will be selected for the national championships at Stoke on March 28.
23. Granville eventually inherited the estate and his connection with Stoke Poges may be of more than usual significance.
24. After a week or two of sleeping on floors she shifted into the Stoke Newington loft where Jack was to find her.
25. This provided the power for the only mill in the locality, Stoke Orchard Mill.
26. He's also an honorary President of his home team, Stoke.
27. In Mike Straus, he had a commissioner who would stoke the engine until the rivets began to pop.
28. They've all been waiting for more than 2 years for plastic surgery at Stoke Mandeville hospital near Aylesbury.
29. Hope and I continued our conversation a few weeks later, this time at his terraced house in Stoke Newington.
30. The maharajah offered to make a gift of a well to the village of Stoke Row.
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