(of a rug or mat) Made by pulling yarn through canvas with a hook
aquiline: curved down like an eagle's beak
dependent: addicted to a drug
hooklike: having or resembling a hook (especially in the ability to grasp and hold); "hooklike thorns";
(hook) fasten with a hook
(hook) a catch for locking a door
(hook) a sharp curve or crook; a shape resembling a hook
Hooked (1989) is the ninth collection of movie reviews by the critic Pauline Kael, covering the period from July 1985 to June 1988. All articles in the book originally appeared in The New Yorker.
Hooked or Picnic is a 2008 film by Adrian Sitaru, set in Romania (original name: Pescuit sportiv, duration: 84 minutes). It is the story of a barbecue trip of a Romanian couple, which takes an unexpected turn when their car runs over a prostitute while driving through a forest near Bucharest. ...
Hooked is the fifth full length studio album by Great White. It was released in 1991. Though lacking a recognizable single and not commercially as successful as ...Twice Shy it still managed to peak at #18 on the Billboard200 album charts and it was critically well received. ...
"Hooked" is the sixteenth episode of the fifth season of the CBS situation comedy How I Met Your Mother and 104th episode overall. It originally aired on March 1, 2010.
Hooked is the third studio album from American Pop singer, Lucy Woodward. It was released on June 15th, 2010 as her debut album for Verve Records. The set's first single, "Slow Recovery" was released to iTunes on May 4th, 2010.
To the Extreme is the major label debut studio album of American rapper Robert "Vanilla Ice" Van Winkle. Released in 1990, it is Van Winkle's best selling album. The album was initially released in 1989 by independent record label Ichiban Records under the title Hooked. ...
(hook) A rod bent into a curved shape, typically with one end free and the other end secured to a rope or other attachment; A fishhook, a barbed metal hook used for fishing; Any of various hook-shaped agricultural implements such as a billhook; A loop shaped like a hook under certain written ...
(HOOK) A metal wire device shaped like a “J” with an opening or “eye” at one end to which the line is tied and a point at the other end to catch the fish. Circle hooks have an angled point. Double and treble hooks have two or three points, respectively.
(Hook) A metal piece to which sliding elastics are attached. These hooks may be found on bands, brackets, archwires, and many other orthodontic appliances.
(Hook) Amount, measured in boards and angle, that a bowling ball deviates from it’s original trajectory in it’s path down the lane.
(Hook) When one rider, either on purpose or by accident, uses his/her rear wheel to hit the front wheel of the rider behind him/her.
(Hook) a half point added to football and basketball betting lines.
(hook) a radio; a radio handset
(hook) catching an opponent's mallet in swing below the level of the horse's back, to leave or turn the ball for a teammate.
a hook is the object upon which the fly is tied; can be any size from tiny to huge; made from steel wire, and either bronzed, cadmium coated, or stainless. Hook designs are variable; style used depends upon the type of fly being tied.
(or Hook Echo) - A radar reflectivity pattern characterized by a hook-shaped extension of a thunderstorm echo, usually in the right-rear part of the storm (relative to its direction of motion). ...
(Hook) Holds the bobbin case in the machine and plays a vital role in stitch formation. Making two complete rotations for each stitch, its point meets a loop of top thread at a precisely-timed moment and distance (gap) to form a stitch.
(HOOK) A letter which forms a valid new word when added to the front or back of a word already on the board, e.g. the W-hook in WHELPING
(Hook) The thing that catches the public's attention and keeps them interested in the flow of a story.