In case you ever hear me say it, I present this for your reference.

juke n. & v.n. 1 US a = juke joint bjukebox 2 a feigned move or gesture, esp. intended to confuse or deceive. • v. 1 tr. & intr. feign or make a sham move to confuse or mislead (one’s opponent). 2 intr. move in a zigzag fashion. 3 intr. dance, esp. at a juke joint or to the music pf a jukebox. [prob. from Gullah juke, joog, ‘disorderly, wicked’ of W African origin]

Definition courtesy of The Canadian Oxford Dictionary, 1998.

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