Shuck definitions

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Something worthless.

An issue that didn't amount to shucks.

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A husk, pod, or shell of a seed, nut, or fruit, such as a pecan or an ear of corn.
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A shell of a bivalve, such as an oyster or clam.
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The exoskeleton or pupal case of an insect larva or nymph, especially one that has been shed.
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To cast off.

Shucked their coats and cooled off; a city trying to shuck a sooty image.

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To remove the husk or shell from.

Shuck corn.

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To open the shell of (a bivalve).

Shuck oysters.

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Used to express mild disappointment, disgust, or annoyance.
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A shell, pod, or husk; esp., the husk of an ear of corn.
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The shell of an oyster or clam.
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Something valueless.

Not worth shucks.

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A hoax or fraud.
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A fraudulent person or thing; phony.
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To remove shucks from (corn, clams, etc.)
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To remove like a shuck.

To shuck one's clothes.

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To fool or hoax.
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To fool or deceive, often in a playful way.
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The shell or husk, especially of grains (e.g. corn/maize) or nuts (e.g. walnuts).
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(slang, African American Vernacular) A fraud; a scam.
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(slang) A phony.
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To remove the shuck from (walnuts, oysters, etc.).

Shall we shuck walnuts?

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To remove (any outer covering).

I will shuck my clothes and dive naked into the pool.

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(intransitive, slang) To fool; to hoax.
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Origin of shuck

Origin unknown Interj., alteration of shit