- a person or device that makes tucks
- a neck and shoulder covering worn with a low-cut bodice by women in the 17th and 18th cent.
- later, a detachable collar or chemisette of thin muslin, etc.
Origin of tuckersee tuck in (sense ) at tuckAustral., Slang food
Origin of tuckerMiddle English toukere, person who dresses cloth stretched on tenterhooks from touken: see tuck