Definitions for stoked

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  1. stoked(Adjective)

    Feeling excitement or an exciting rush.

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. Daymond John:

    I ’m so stoked.

  2. President Obama:

    People were understandably afraid, some stoked those fears.

  3. Maurice Carroll:

    (It's) a story that Democrats stoked for better than a year and that drove the Gov's poll numbers down, down, down.

  4. Simon Clarke:

    You saw the emotion crossing the line, I was stoked to keep the jersey in the team, to be able to take the jersey and keep it for Orica for another day.

  5. Neal Carter:

    This is really huge. It's what we've waited almost five years for with regulatory approval, now we can get down to business planting trees and selling Arctic apples. We're stoked.

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