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I declare, quoth my uncle Toby, mine are more like a smoak-jack.--Then, brother Toby, I have nothing more to say to you upon that subject, said my father.

i met this expression in Shandy book 3 ch 18 h i think it means that he is so stupid to understand this

Hassan Hegazy
Egypt
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I declare, quoth my uncle Toby, mine are more like a smoak-jack.--Then, brother Toby, I have nothing more to say to you upon that subject, said my father.

i met this expression in Shandy book 3 ch 18 h i think it means that he (ie Uncle Toby) is too stupid to understand this
Yes.

Quoth is an archaic word meaning 'said'.

For a more detailed discussion of this text, and some more context, and an explanation of 'a smoak-jack', look here.
http://orconlaw.blogs.com/orcon_law_blog/2006/03/john_locke_some.html

Clive