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shoked

📝 Description
"Shoked" appears to be a misspelling. If you meant "shocked," it's an adjective derived from the verb "shock" in English. It describes a sudden, unexpected, intense feeling of surprise, disbelief, or horror. If you meant "stoked," it's a slang term, especially in surfer culture, indicating excitement or anticipation.
📝 Example Sentence
I was utterly shocked when I saw the surprise birthday party my friends had organized for me.
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