ruck[ ruhk ]SEE DEFINITION OF ruck
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RUCK
He's head and shoulders above the ruck of black-and-white artists.
I advertised myself, and made the ruck get out of my way, as I told you before.
But it's different for you and me, Jimmy Grierson, because we're not in the ruck.
Why, how are you to get out of this ruck now, when it begins to move?
And—I was under the impression that you married me because you found me different from the ruck.
Perhaps he will be the last to see the big thing that he is doing, for he is in the ruck of it.
One must always remove himself from the ruck to see its movement.
"Toil has brought you up from the ruck of things," Reason would have plausibly said.
Behind them came a ruck of Syrian youths, effeminate, vicious.
I have always stood above the muck and ruck—clear and clean and unassailable.