ruck

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Contesting a bounce or ball up; used appositionally in "ruck contest". Rucks also used collectively either of ruckmen or of ruckmen and ruck rovers, and occasionally used in place of "followers" (including rovers too)
A crease, a wrinkle, a pucker, as on fabric
To become folded
To crease or fold
A rapidly moving throng or mob; a pack of people actively engaged in something
A fight, a scuffle
The commonplace; the lower social classes
To act as a ruckman in a stoppage in Australian Rules football
The situation formed when a runner is brought to ground and one or more members of each side are engaged above the ball, trying to win possession of it; a loose scrum
an irregular fold in an otherwise even surface (as in cloth)
A ruck is a situation where a group of people are fighting or struggling. There'll be a huge ruck with the cops as they try to take photographs = scrap
a crowd especially of ordinary or undistinguished persons or things; "his brilliance raised him above the ruck"; "the children resembled a fairy herd
a crowd especially of ordinary or undistinguished persons or things; "his brilliance raised him above the ruck"; "the children resembled a fairy herd"
The situation formed when a runner is brought to ground and one or more members of each side are enagaged above the ball, trying to win possession of it; a loose scrum
A wrinkle or crease in a piece of cloth, or in needlework
In the sport of rugby, a ruck is a situation where a group of players struggle for possession of the ball. ruck up if a piece of cloth rucks up, or if you ruck it up, it forms folds in an untidy way ruck sth⇔up
become wrinkled or drawn together; "her lips puckered"
The common sort, whether persons or things; as, the ruck in a horse race
A roc
To draw into wrinkles or unsightly folds; to crease; as, to ruck up a carpet
A heap; a rick
To cower; to huddle together; to squat; to sit, as a hen on eggs
ruck rover
position in Australian rules football, one of three followers, formerly a secondary ruckman, now an athletic player generally taller than a rover
ruck rovers
plural form of ruck rover
Ruck.
loose scrum
rucked
past of ruck
rucking
present participle of ruck
rucks
third-person singular of ruck
ruck