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verb as in fold together

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On the downhills, ski mountaineers don’t get into as deep a tuck as alpine skiers, both because the terrain is a lot more uneven and unpredictable and, let’s be honest, because their legs are still shot from the uphill.

First flip Second flip Biles said she chose to flip in a piked position, rather than a tuck, because it is easier for her to grab her legs.

Even in the 1980s, Yurchenko attempted double tucks when she vaulted over stacked mats into the pit.

First flipSecond flipBiles said she chose to flip in a piked position, rather than a tuck, because it is easier for her to grab her legs.

Pre-pandemic, Cassileth says business was good as patients had more disposable income, and were excited to do popular procedures like liposuction, breast implants, and tummy tucks.

From Fortune

They saw the light years ago and now many do a healthy nip-and-tuck business, especially on noses.

In 1966 a man called Dick Tuck stood as a Democrat in the California Senate elections.

But did she really deserve all the nip-and-tuck hate-tweeting?

She will then, at a time of her choosing, tuck it, say, into my carry-on bag just before I leave on a research trip.

Romney is like the sheriff of Nottingham: all castle, no conviction; which makes Newt Gingrich the earthy Friar Tuck.

And, old ink pot, tuck a horse blanket under my chin, and rub me down with brickbats while I feed!

I pick up the newspaper that had fallen under the seat, spread it over his legs, and tuck the ends underneath.

It is to guard against this that so many of his compatriots tuck their napkins in at their necks.

Ive seen a lot of booze-fighters, and helped tuck some of them underground, but I never saw any rum hound just like this guy.

I don't think you've grown much, Francie—and oh, by-the-bye, I believe there's a tuck that could be let down.'


On this page you'll find 47 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to tuck, such as: insert, pinch, wrap, constrict, contract, and enfold.

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