Noun(1) eatables (especially sweets(2) (sports, such as diving or skiing(3) a narrow flattened pleat or fold that is stitched in place(4) a straight sword with a narrow blade and two edges
Verb(1) fit snugly into(2) make a tuck or several folds in(3) draw together into folds or puckers
(1) Great ideas for tuck shop replacement include fruit cones, fruit kebabs, plain popcorn, fruit flapjack and smoothies.(2) Could sagging breasts be fixed, not with a nip or a tuck , but with an injection of Botox?(3) Place a slice of prosciutto over the leaves and tuck both ends underneath.(4) That may be so, but why should someone suffer from society's slights if she can overcome them with a nip here and a tuck there?(5) Thousands of free apples and oranges will be handed out each day as the government urges in-school tuck shops to serve healthier snacks.(6) Its flavour brought back memories of my education and the school tuck shop!(7) a tummy tuck(8) If this creates excess tissue in the front neckline, tuck it out across the upper-bust, tapering the tuck to nothing at the armhole seam.(9) All I was saying was that school tuck shops shouldn't be undermining choices parents make for their own children.(10) I folded myself down into an aerodynamic tuck and thundered down the hill.(11) She slid on her boots and laced them up, making sure to tuck the ends of her pants into them.(12) A tuck , three somersaults through the air, and she vaults into the hands of her husband.(13) tuck the curtains behind the radiator(14) Attendance is free of charge, but children need to bring their own lunch or buy it from the centre's tuck shop.(15) During the week there was a poster contest, a healthy food cook-off, and deliciously healthy snacks in the school tuck shop.(16) The tuck shop, coffee bar and, as the evening cooled, the licensed bar proved very popular.