Wednesday, 3 August 2016



1. (trans.) to push or fold into a small confined space or concealed place or between two surfaces
2. (trans.) to thrust the loose ends or sides of (something) into a confining space, so as to make neat and secure
3. to make a tuck or tucks in (a garment)
4. (usually trans.) to draw together, contract, or pucker
5. a tucked object or part
6. a pleat or fold in a part of a garment, usually stitched down so as to make it a better fit or as decoration
7. the part of a vessel where the after ends of the planking or plating meet at the sternpost
8. (British) an informal or schoolchild's word for food, especially cakes and sweets
9. a position of the body in certain dives in which the legs are bent with the knees drawn up against the chest and tightly clasped

1. archaic a rapier

1. a touch, blow, or stroke
2. (trans.) to touch or strike
3. (intr.) to throb or bump

A sharp tuck
And stone wrinkled
Buckled in tucks
Petrified river

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