Definition of Bauked
1. bauk [v] - See also: bauk
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Literary usage of Bauked
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Cyclopedia of American Horticulture: Comprising Suggestions for Cultivation by Liberty Hyde Bailey, Wilhelm Miller (1900)
"... and the winter varieties are often bauked with earth considerably longer than this and then placed in celery pits, where the blanching process continues ..."
2. The Holy Land and the Bible: A Book of Scripture Illustrations Gathered in by John Cunningham Geikie (1888)
"A large mud-bauked water-pond, with very muddy-looking contents, supplied the wants of the households, at least to some extent. Close to the houses was an ..."
3. Marion Harland's Autobiography: The Story of a Long Life by Marion Harland (1910)
"The porch posts were hidden from sight by them, and the room where the receiving-party stood was bauked and massed in a bewilderment of blooms. ..."
4. A Glossary of Words Used in the Wapentakes of Manley and Corringham by Edward Peacock (1877)
"A friend whom he had asked to dinner had neglected to keep his appointment, and the host had told the other guests that Mr had bauked him. ..."
5. Seamanship: Comp. from Various Authorities, and Illustrated with Numerous by Stephen Bleecker Luce (1877)
"... four bells repeated, full speed ; two bells repeated, '• done with steam" (after anchoring or making sail); and when under bauked fires two bells means ..."