Added to this, Russia rucked on him and his Highness fell into disgrace.
As it is, we have to keep it hanging on the wall, where it cannot get “rucked” or creased.
He was wearing trousers, and his trousers had rucked up to his knees.
Not a bit of it; on the contrary he rucked back at his bridle so violently as nearly to tear it out of my hand.
Skirt and a cream linen blazer that rucked up over her shoulders, moving restlessly.
The cloak, rucked up about his throat and shoulders, then saved his life, for only stout cloth was caught between those fangs.
He counted the creases of rucked leather wherein another's foot had nested warm.
Never, according to Tommy the Mate, had the gravel of our carriage drive been so rucked up by the pawing feet of high-bred horses.
Wade stood looking after them as the wagons “rucked” away, his face working with an emotion he could not suppress.
Fetch me my best cap—the one that's rucked and trimmed with Valenciennes, and the white shawl that Peter—the wastrel—gave me.