Did you possibly mean tucked?
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of ruck.
“I either did nothing at all, or when I was told it wasn't my business, I shut up, rucked up, and moved on.”
“The land was dry and rucked up like a blanket, with a sparse sprinkling of trees.”
“Then we rucked up and headed out, thanking Armando for his hospitality.”
“The case rucked where it had cradled his head, bearing the sunken contours from the downward pressure.”
“Although the shirt, when she had put it on, had reached almost to her knees, it was now rucked up clear to the tops of her thighs.”
“Her shirt is rucked up to just under her breasts and the pads of his fingers are absently drawing designs on her stomach.”
“I rucked his shirt down off his shoulders, slamming the door on my brain, which warned that I was making a huge mistake.”
““Stay rucked up, keep putting your left foot in front of your right foot.””
“He returned the badge case to the inside pocket of his sport coat, then reached down to offer a helping hand to a healthy-looking brunette corpse lying on the floor with her skirt rucked up high on her shapely thigh.”
“She was in a stone room whose central focus was a large, four-poster bed, its velvet coverlet now rucked and hanging sideways where she had dragged it off the mattress.”
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