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Ever body lit a shuck to the car and nobody ever did go back to see about the treasure.
My heart jump, my knees shuck, en my han' trimble; but I know I got ter git away fum dar.
He just stayed, and shuck hands with everybody, pleasant as a basket of chips; and he went home with David Gillespie.
THE LEATHERWOOD GODWILLIAM DEAN HOWELLS
He was dredful glad to see me, an shuck my hand as ef he thought there warn't no feelin in it.
For the shuck, as I see it, is exclusiveness, which is not valuable except to persons justly doubtful of their own merits.
Her face was so thin her eyes stood out like a bird's, and her cheek was the color of an old shuck of corn.
THE SHADOWMARY WHITE OVINGTON
Wal, don't you know that if they had a bin hereabouts, a squirrel wouldn't a sot down there to shuck a nut?
SHADOWS OF SHASTAJOAQUIN MILLER
Shuck′er, one who shucks; Shuck′ing, the act of taking off the shuck: a shucking-bee.
"We'd better light a shuck out o' here," said Gurley, visibly disturbed.
OH, YOU TEX!WILLIAM MACLEOD RAINE
One corn-shuck hat, made for a "Confederate bride" of the Neck, was trimmed with flowers made of small white feathers.
THE STRONGHOLDMIRIAM HAYNIE

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