shucks

interjection \ ˈshəks \

Definition of shucks

used especially to express mild disappointment or embarrassment
  • shucks, it was nothing

First Known Use of shucks

1847


SHUCKS Defined for English Language Learners

shucks

interjection

Definition of shucks for English Language Learners

  • —used to show that you are disappointed or embarrassed


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