- v. present participle of ruck.
“Apparently the whole humping debacle has come up before, and my brother informed me that the word "rucking" or rather, ruckin' could be used as an acceptable alternative that means the same thing.”
“Fewer defenders are being committed directly to the breakdown, instead there has been a growth in counter rucking, one of those new-found skills which has come to show just how far ahead of the game the Lions coach, Ian McGeechan, tends to be.”
“When Sir Ian moved to Wasps six years ago, vigorous counter rucking was one of the areas of our game he improved.”
“Of course, there were no tries, which sort of contradicts any notion that rucking by boot opened the door to open rugby.”
“Part of the charm of rugby union is the contest for possession after the tackle and policing it will remain an imprecise science until hands are banned and full-on rucking tolerated.”
“The counter-rucking of the Highlanders, even until the 80th minute, was furiously good, the manifestation in the modern game of the rucking old "southern style," so dear to Otago in the old days.”
“RUCerious Brought to you by MalWart your source for cheap plastic crap says: continued after fat finger … also enjoy a good spoonerism like rucking fepublicans …”
“He pointed at me and I heard him say distinctly, 'who's that rucking flanker?'", the introductory letter says.”
“Lila makes a small gesture of complaint and rolls against the wall, her body sliding against mine, her shirt rucking up.”
“However, it was endless rucking with "Big" Jim Martin that saw the Faith No More guitarist expelled from the group.”
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