shuck

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İngilizce - İngilizce
A phony
A fraud; a scam
To remove (any outer covering)

I will shuck my clothes and dive naked into the pool.

The shell or husk, especially of grains such as walnuts
To remove the shuck from (walnuts, oysters, etc.)

Shall we shuck walnuts?.

To fool; to hoax
remove from the shell; "shuck oysters
remove the shucks from; "shuck corn"
To remove or take off (shucks); hence, to discard; to lay aside; usually with off
To remove the outer husk from corn or the shell from oysters, clams, etc
{i} shell, husk, outer covering of some nuts and vegetables (such as corn)
The shell or husk, especially of grains such as corn
If you shuck something that you are wearing, you take it off. He shucked his coat and set to work
To remove shells of clams, corn or oysters
material consisting of seed coverings and small pieces of stem or leaves that have been separated from the seeds
The shell of an oyster or clam
remove the shucks from; "shuck corn" remove from the shell; "shuck oysters
{f} remove a husk, peel, shell
Function: Verb To remove the outer covering of a nut, corn or shellfish
To remove an outer covering, such as the husks and silk of corn or the shells of oysters
A shell, husk, or pod; especially, the outer covering of such nuts as the hickory nut, butternut, peanut, and chestnut
feelings Shucks is an exclamation that is used to express embarrassment, disappointment, or annoyance. Terry actually says `Oh, shucks!' when complimented on her singing. to remove the outer cover of a vegetable such as corn, or the shell of oyster s shuck off to take off a piece of clothing
To remove the shuck from (corn, oysters, etc.)
The shuck of something is its outer covering, for example the leaves round an ear of corn, or the shell of a shellfish. corn shucks
If you shuck something such as corn or shellfish, you remove it from its outer covering. On a good day, each employee will shuck 3,500 oysters
To deprive of the shucks or husks; as, to shuck walnuts, Indian corn, oysters, etc
A shock of grain
To peel off or remove the shell of oysters or clams, or the husk from an ear of corn
remove from the shell; "shuck oysters"
shuck and jive
Deceit
shuck and jive
To tell a misleading story, especially for advantage
shuck down
to pull down forcefully

Mr. Douglas got up from the couch, shucked down his pants, and then knelt down beside my mother. He reached out and grabbed her big round bubbies, and began to squeeze and play with them, while he teased her by prodding his cock against her red behind.

shuck off
1. Take something off. 2. Get rid of someone or something
shuck something off
1. Take something off. 2. Get rid of someone or something
shucker
someone who shucks oysters
shucks
Response to a minor pleasure

Shucks, I guess we'll have to take all this pie home with us.

shucks
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of shuck
shucked
past of shuck
shucker
{i} peeler, one who removes husks from nuts or vegetables
shucker
One who shucks oysters or clams
shucking
present participle of shuck
shucks
{i} worthless item (Slang)
shucks
something of little value; "his promise is not worth a damn"; "not worth one red cent"; "not worth shucks"
shucks
third-person singular of shuck
shucks
Exclamatory response to a minor disappointment
shucks
A receding or mock expression of thanks
shucks
an expression of disappointment or irritation
shucks
{ü} (Informal) rats! phooey! (cry of disgust or disappointment)
shucks
Plural of shuck
shucks
used to show you are a little disappointed about something (shuck (19-20 centuries), from shuck (17-21 centuries), of unknown origin)
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