shucks

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Response to a minor pleasure

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

Third-person singular simple present indicative form of shuck
A receding or mock expression of thanks

Aw, shucks, ma'am, catching those wild horses was easy.

Exclamatory response to a minor disappointment

Shucks. That's too bad you can't make to the party.

Plural of shuck
something of little value; "his promise is not worth a damn"; "not worth one red cent"; "not worth shucks"
third-person singular of shuck
{ü} (Informal) rats! phooey! (cry of disgust or disappointment)
an expression of disappointment or irritation
{i} worthless item (Slang)
used to show you are a little disappointed about something (shuck (19-20 centuries), from shuck (17-21 centuries), of unknown origin)
shucks and jives
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of shuck and jive
aw shucks
Used to express disappointment or annoyance
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To remove the shuck from (walnuts, oysters, etc.)

Shall we shuck walnuts?.

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To fool; to hoax
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The shell or husk, especially of grains such as walnuts
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A fraud; a scam
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A phony
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used in a joking way to show that you feel embarrassed or sad (aw 1800-1900 Natural sound)
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remove the shucks from; "shuck corn"
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To remove or take off (shucks); hence, to discard; to lay aside; usually with off
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remove the shucks from; "shuck corn" remove from the shell; "shuck oysters
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remove from the shell; "shuck oysters
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To remove the outer husk from corn or the shell from oysters, clams, etc
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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
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remove from the shell; "shuck oysters"
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To peel off or remove the shell of oysters or clams, or the husk from an ear of corn
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To remove (any outer covering)
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A shock of grain
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To deprive of the shucks or husks; as, to shuck walnuts, Indian corn, oysters, etc
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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
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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
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To remove the shuck from (corn, oysters, etc.)
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{i} shell, husk, outer covering of some nuts and vegetables (such as corn)
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The shell or husk, especially of grains such as corn
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A shell, husk, or pod; especially, the outer covering of such nuts as the hickory nut, butternut, peanut, and chestnut
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To remove an outer covering, such as the husks and silk of corn or the shells of oysters
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Function: Verb To remove the outer covering of a nut, corn or shellfish
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{f} remove a husk, peel, shell
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The shell of an oyster or clam
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material consisting of seed coverings and small pieces of stem or leaves that have been separated from the seeds
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To remove shells of clams, corn or oysters
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If you shuck something that you are wearing, you take it off. He shucked his coat and set to work
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