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tucker

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noun tuck·er \ˈtə-kər\

Definition of tucker

  1. 1 :  a piece of lace or cloth in the neckline of a dress

  2. 2 :  one that tucks

  3. 3 chiefly Australia :  food

Examples of tucker in a sentence

  1. <you can get some downright peculiar tucker deep in the outback>

1688

First Known Use of tucker

1688


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tucker

verb tuck·er

Definition of tucker

tuckered

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tuckering

play \ˈtə-k(ə-)riŋ\
  1. transitive verb
  2. :  exhaust —often used with out <was all tuckered out after a long day's work>

Origin and Etymology of tucker

obsolete English tuck to reproach + -er (as in 1batter)


First Known Use: 1833



TUCKER Defined for Kids

tucker

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verb tuck·er \ˈtə-kər\

Definition of tucker for Students

tuckered

tuckering

  1. :  to cause to tire <The long hike tuckered me out.>



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