tuck in

Definition of tuck in

  1. :  to make (someone, such as a child) secure in bed by tucking the edges of sheets, blankets, etc. under the mattress

Word by Word Definitions

  1. :  to pull up into a fold

    :  to make a tuck in

    :  to put into a snug often concealing or isolating place

  1. :  a fold stitched into cloth to shorten, decorate, or control fullness

    :  the part of a vessel where the ends of the lower planks meet under the stern

    :  an act or instance of tucking

  1. :  a sound of or as if of a drumbeat

  1. :  rapier

  1. :  vigor, energy

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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