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Definition of "tuckering" []

  • Present participle of tucker. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "tuckering" in a sentence
  • "I don't think you want your fastest tuckering themselves out -- or injuring themselves -- in the qualifyings at the Olympics."
  • "He was a Farm Hand who so "tuckered himself out" during daylight that he was glad to pry off his wrinkled boots and lie down when it got dark in order to yank them on again, when the rooster crowed at dawn, for the purpose of "tuckering himself out" all over again."
  • "June is also a good month to go, and temperatures can reach into the low 80s then, but by the middle of the month the waterfalls are tuckering out, the hoards of tourists have arrived and the mosquitoes can cause you to make up new swear words."
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