Synonyms for Poke:

n.

bottle, bury, center, bed, entomb, bag, crate, cram, embed. shoulder, thrust aside, jar, strain, touch. pop, skim, slide, flick, zip, convex, whisk, whip, zap. investigate, snoop, prodding, participate. fumble, Grabble, feel, grope, seek. lag, trail, procrastinate, dally, fast, tarry, dilly-dally. bag (noun)
sack.
blow (noun)
jolt, zap, lick, biff, jar, pound, knock, strike, thrust, thump, bump.
container (noun)
bottle, crate.
jab (noun)
blow.
poke (noun)
jabbing, poking, dig, prod, carrier bag, garget, Phytolacca Americana, thump, lick, blow, pry, sack, biff, punch, jab, thrusting, shove, thrust, nose, pigeon berry, pound, scoke, paper bag, stab, nudge.
sticking out (noun)
jut, prominent, protrude, stick out, protuberant, bulge, overhang, stick up, bulging, project.

v.

bulge (verb)
bag.
crawl (verb)
slide, creep, plod.
interfere, snoop (verb)
nose.
perforate (verb)
drill, skewer, point, bore, perforate, penetrate, gouge, lance, spike, pierce, punch, spear, needle, stick, puncture.
poke (verb)
drag, stick out, procrastinate, trail, shoulder, dally, tarry, stick, dawdle, jostle, project, protrude, pry, jut, overhang, loiter, ram, bulge, provoke, stimulate, lag, delay.
slow (verb)
delay, trudge, hinder, crawl, dawdle, linger, drag, loiter, plod, slow, creep.

Other synonyms:

Phytolacca americana
Phytolacca Americana.
blow, Grabble, bag, dilly-dally, snoop. trail, tarry, fumble, procrastinate, lag, grope. dally. feel. bulge
stick out.
extend
jut.
protrude
protrude, stick up.
Other relevant words:
fumble, project, shoulder, jabbing, grope, procrastinate, jab, whip, jut, bag, lick, cram, Grabble, blow, garget, pry, pound, paper bag, tarry, biff, Phytolacca Americana, nose, touch, bulge, poking, stick up, lag, stab, sack, stick out, carrier bag, thump, dig, feel, pigeon berry, flick, investigate, dilly-dally, scoke, snoop, dally, overhang, trail, thrusting, protrude.

Usage examples for poke

  1. The Marionette and his friend, Lamp- Wick, when they saw each other both stricken by the same misfortune, instead of feeling sorrowful and ashamed, began to poke fun at each other, and after much nonsense, they ended by bursting out into hearty laughter. – The Adventures of Pinocchio by C. Collodi--Pseudonym of Carlo Lorenzini
  2. A poke here and a pull there- and now put everything away carefully in the box under the bed, and go to sleep. – A Poor Man's House by Stephen Sydney Reynolds
  3. Poke fun at every thing. – The Professor's Mystery by Wells Hastings Brian Hooker