Origin of Canuck
usage note for Canuck
Words nearby Canuck
How to use Canuck in a sentence
He is a great big red-haired man, and he hangs around that restaurant that is run by a man called Joe Canuck.The Ranger Boys and the Border Smugglers|Claude A. Labelle
The Canuck felt perhaps the simpler joy that the average man has in any strange notion that he is able to grasp.
The little Canuck, as if he had now no further concern in the matter, sat down in a corner and smoked silently.
The little Canuck was the only one who suffered himself a contemporaneous consolation.
Jeff lighted for himself the cigar the Canuck had refused, and smoked down upon the little man.
British Dictionary definitions for Canuck
- a Canadian
- (formerly) esp a French Canadian