I mean the meeting of the King with Friar Tuck at the cell of that buxom hermit.
Or ‘Friar Tuck’ so overblown He tipped the scale at fifteen stone.
"I'd ride to hell for you" he muttered joyously, and sank the rowels home in Friar Tuck.
And he winked and blinked at stout Friar Tuck like an owl at the sun.
Even a Friar Tuck is not so repulsive to us as an unsocial, austere, narrow-minded, and ignorant fanatic of the eleventh century.
Robin Hood, Friar Tuck, and other characters were also added according to the humour of the dancers.
Friar Tuck, with tail tossing, laid a devoted head on the brown golf-trousered knee.
In the meantime I do not anticipate any diminution in the appetites of myself and Friar Tuck.
Friar Tuck had produced some old monkish gowns from under a bench.
What think you, Friar Tuck, doth not a bit of fighting ease a man's mind?