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tucks

noun as in facing

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After 20 minutes of no movement, Fitzsimmons covers her in blankets and tucks her in on all sides.

Other than that, nothing but the run-of-the-mill little nips and tucks that are widely considered permissible.

She tucks her slender frame against him, and he wraps his arm around her.

The Senate Finance spokesperson, Scott Moorehauser, dismisses the whole subject of nips and tucks as a “ total non-starter.”

Pretty soon, another one come back–a moustached gent, a right dudey one, with yalla tucks on his sleeves.

Ut arbitror in the right margin seems exactly the thing that an author tucks in when revising and qualifying his work.

I am finishing this letter while Genevra sings to the children their good-night songs and tucks them into their beds.

The buyer tucks the sticky stuff up in the corner of her garment and ties it carefully into a knot before starting homeward.

Most of these men were armed with long tucks, as the straight stabbing swords, much used by Cromwell's soldiery, were then called.

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On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to tucks, such as: applique, backing, binding, braid, embroidery, and folds.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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