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Richard tucker

Richard, 1915–75, U.S. operatic tenor.
Sophie (Sophie Abruza) 1884–1966, U.S. singer and entertainer, born in Russia.
a person or thing that tucks
a detachable yoke of lace, linen, etc, often white, worn over the breast, as of a low-cut dress
an attachment on a sewing machine used for making tucks at regular intervals
(Austral & NZ, old-fashioned) an informal word for food
(informal, mainly US & Canadian) (transitive; often passive) usually foll by out. to weary or tire completely
see: best bib and tucker


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