- a pile or bundle, especially of straw
Etymology: From or cognate with Middle Low German stuke, stÅke.
- 1958: The wheat, tawny with ripeness, had been cut and stood in tented stooks about the fields, while a few ghostly poppies lingered at the edge of the path. " Iris Murdoch, The Bell
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