from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To ease one's self at stool.
- To put in the cucking-stool.
- To call, as the cuckoo.
- To cast; throw; chuck.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
When started, the voice is '_cuck, cuck, cuck_,' like the common pheasant.
Whenever we were driving around, he would invest lots of attention in other vehicles—lots of “cu” and “cuck” alerts.
July 11, 2009 at 12:27 am depens awn iffn et is cuck norris wood u wanna chuck oar nawt… hey… sum1 hads 2 sais et.
July 11, 2009 at 12:28 am heh… oh… btw… chuck norris jes caem by rowndhowsed meh adn told meh 2 tells u dat ai maed da mistaek 2 cuck him… O.o… erm… 2 riet hims glorehous naem rong… ob coars ai mended chuck… nawt cuck… *tumblols 2 da er nao*
Some say because it's a member of the cuck family, thus it should be considered a vegetable.
It didn't ruin the views, or the trip, or anything like that, but it was certainly not the kind of attitude I expected from people whose ancestors invented the cuck-koo clock.
The cuck brazened it out, and said it was her rite to rummage the pantry; and she was ready for to go before the mare: that he had been her potticary many years, and would never think of hurting a poor sarvant, for giving away the scraps of the kitchen.
And as the cuck had thrown her slush at me, because I had taken part with Chowder, when he fit, with the turnspit, I resolved to make a clear kitchen, and throw some of her fat into the fire.
The other was a cuck, cuck, cuck, which sounded much like the song of the Cuckoo.
The records of the amounts paid for repairs to the various instruments of torture, which included a lock-up cage for prisoners and a cuck, or ducking-stool, in which the constables ducked scolding wives and other women in a deep hole near the river bridge, led us to conclude that they must have been extensively used.
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