Origin of shuck1
OTHER WORDS FROM shuckshucker, noun
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How to use shuck in a sentence
Why is it so hard to shuck this notion that governments should cut spending and/or raise taxes in times of economic slack?Austerity’s Scottish Ghosts Haunt the Modern Economic Mind|Mark Blyth|May 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Shuck went on to become a drill sergeant and Gabe was assigned to a new handler.
Ultimately, Gabe was allowed to retire and was adopted by Shuck.
My heart jump, my knees shuck, en my han' trimble; but I know I got ter git away fum dar.Free Joe and Other Georgian Sketches|Joel Chandler Harris
He just stayed, and shuck hands with everybody, pleasant as a basket of chips; and he went home with David Gillespie.The Leatherwood God|William Dean Howells
He was dredful glad to see me, an shuck my hand as ef he thought there warn't no feelin in it.
For the shuck, as I see it, is exclusiveness, which is not valuable except to persons justly doubtful of their own merits.Atlantic Classics|Various
Her face was so thin her eyes stood out like a bird's, and her cheek was the color of an old shuck of corn.The Shadow|Mary White Ovington