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8.
to be excited about something, to the point where it's contagious; to be inspired by something so much that you can't help but share it with others; used a lot in the skateboarding/snowboarding communities to describe a passion, an undying desire for doing the things you do
"i'm so stoked to go snowboarding this weekend at whistler." or, "he's got such a great attitude, so stoked about everything, all the time!"
by stokt November 25, 2009
 
22.
The activity of moving around the logs in the fireplace so that the fire continues to burn.
I stoked the fire because it was about to go out.
by Anonymous October 21, 2001
 
23.
being pumped up while doing somthing.
Im so stoked, i just pulled a sweet trick.
by wedge April 12, 2003
 
24.
1) to get really excited
2) what you do to a fire when you want the flame to get bigger
3) my most used word
1) I am so stoked for the Damian Marley concert in August
2) the fire is dying down, will you stoke it please?
by LittleLbz April 23, 2006
 
25.
Still reeling from the buzz esp. in surfing or another extreme sport after an awesome session.
"Man, those sets were perfect - I'm well stoked"
by Tim December 02, 2003
 
26.
The word used to describe someone who is both stoned (from MJ) and on cocaine.
Fuck, im so stoked. I shouldn't have done that extra line/bowl.
by Juan Cornellus January 15, 2008
 
27.
Means excited for an upcoming event.
I'm "stoked" for this walk.
by FontE November 05, 2003
 
28.
1. Verb: Past tense of "to stoke":
To feed or tend a furnace or fire.

2. Verb: Past tense of "to stoke": To eat a lot, often rapidly.

3. Adjective: Extremely happy and excited.
1. I stoked the fire for most of the night because everyone else was exhausted.

2. He stoked himself on Mama's good home cooking before returning to the mill for the 3rd shift.

3. "Man, I am so stoked; I aced that algebra test today and Karen actually smiled at me."
by Tony S. February 03, 2004