tuck

Part of speech: verb

To fold under.

Part of speech: verb

To cover snugly.

Part of speech: verb

To cram; hide.

Part of speech: verb

To make tucks in.

Part of speech: noun

A fold made in a garment.

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Usage examples "tuck":

  1. Tuck lower lip up well under upper and model lips and chin into proper relation to each other. - "Taxidermy", Leon Luther Pray.
  2. She searched the closet, the other rooms, then the " tuck place" as it was called, and went through Chloe's room, over the kitchen. - "A Little Girl in Old Philadelphia", Amanda Minnie Douglas.
  3. Bunker, you tuck along after her with the boy. - "The Prodigal Judge", Vaughan Kester.