1932, (w), ''Sunset Song'', Polygon 2006 (''A Scots Quair''), p. 16:
- And on the road home they lay among the stooks and maybe Ellison did this and that to make sure of getting her, he was fair desperate for any woman by then.
1958, (w), ''The Bell'':
- The wheat, tawny with ripeness, had been cut and stood in tented stooks about the fields, while a few ghostly poppies lingered at the edge of the path.
To make stooks.
(nl-verb form of)