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Definition of "plucked" []

  • Simple past tense and past participle of pluck. (verb)
  • Having had these items removed by plucking. (adjective)
  • Played by plucking. (adjective)
  • Having courage and spirit; plucky. (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "plucked" in a sentence
  • "Freakonomics or a title plucked from the bestseller's list."
  • "I understand that the first episode in the new season is not actually kind of a plucked from the crowd person, but it's actually a celebrity."
  • "But if your 'story' is correct; that there is a huge supply of unskilled peasants who could be plucked from the farm and put behind idiot-proof machines then there should be no middle class."