add coal or other solid fuel to (a fire, furnace, or boiler).
encourage or incite (a strong emotion or tendency):
his composure had the effect of stoking her anger.
∎ [often as adj.] (stoked) inf.
excite or thrill:
when they told me I was on the team, I was stoked.
∎ [intr.] inf.
consume a large quantity of food or drink to give one energy:
Carol was at the coffee machine, stoking up for the day.
, bespoke, bloke, broke, choke, cloak, Coke, convoke, croak, evoke, folk, invoke, joke, Koch, moke, oak, okey-doke, poke, provoke, revoke, roque, smoke, soak, soke, spoke, stoke, stony-broke (US
stone-broke), stroke, toke, toque, woke, yoke, yolk
•Holyoake • artichoke • gentlefolk
•menfolk • kinsfolk • womenfolk
•townsfolk • fisherfolk • holmoak
•woodsmoke • cowpoke • slowpoke
•backstroke • breaststroke • keystroke
•heatstroke • sidestroke • downstroke
•sunstroke • upstroke • masterstroke
•counterstroke • equivoque