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lt.Suspension-hook. Hook-butt.Tackle-hook. Hooked tool.Tenaculum-hook. Hooking-frame.Tenter-hook. Hook-motion.Tow-hook. Hook-rope.Trace-hook. Hook-scarf.Wad-hook. Hook. Sewing-machineWatch-chain hook. Hook-tool. Hooks. Besides these are many which come under the name of hardware, and whose names indicate their purpose: — Awning-hook.Head-board hook (i). Bird-cage hook.Hook and eye (d). Cabin-door hook.Horse-hitching hook. Clothes-hook (f a b c).Lamp-hook. Cotton-hook.School-house hook. Dressing-glass hook.Screw-hook (h). Harness-hook (j).Wardrobe-hook (a b c). 2. (Shipbuilding.) A knee or strengthening frame conforming to the inner shape of the vessel and supporting the bow or forward ends of the decks. See stem. 3. (Knitting-machine.) The barbed extremity of the needle, which retains the yarn. The beard. Hook and butt. A mode of scarfing timber so that the parts resist tensile strain to part them. A hook-scarf. See scarf. Hook and eye.