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copied from RfV page. Mook: Adjective: The character who's contribution to the story is little if any. A static self centered character whose purpose in the story is to obstruct other characters by either being clumsy, foolish, greedy, evil, obtrusive, or a combination of those elemets. His insignifigant passing is often part of the story and the audience is often unsympathetic to that passing.

1. This looks like it would be a noun, not an adjective. 2. This page is for disputing existing articles. You could suggest a new sense by adding it (if you're sure it has currency) or requesting at Wiktionary:Requested_entries:English. Equinox 22:01, 25 October 2008 (UTC)

We recently had an RfV on this word. Previous sense failed. Existing sense was not challenged. DCDuring TALK 22:56, 25 October 2008 (UTC)

No evidence found in support of the sense above. DCDuring TALK 22:56, 25 October 2008 (UTC)

Wiktionary:Requests for verification - keptEdit

Kept. See archived discussion of November 2008. 08:52, 16 November 2008 (UTC)

Last modified on 16 November 2008, at 08:52