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  • BTW - "kuck" is a unisex term, it goes for all sexes and genders, so you no longer have to use the exact words - "cock block".

    moschikat Diary Entry

  • Cheeseman, Church-warden Cheeseman, Buttery Cheeseman, as the bad boys call him, in the lane, in front of me not more than thirty yards, as plainly as I now have the pleasure of seeing you, Maria; and while I said 'kuck' to the pony, he was gone!

    Springhaven : a Tale of the Great War

  • “I think that I am to give a show for some grand duke or someother high muki kuck, will let you know,” Houdini told Bard.

    The Secret Life of Houdini

  • “I think that I am to give a show for some grand duke or someother high muki kuck, will let you know,” Houdini told Bard.

    The Secret Life of Houdini

  • Cheeseman, Church-warden Cheeseman, Buttery Cheeseman, as the bad boys call him, in the lane, in front of me not more than thirty yards, as plainly as I now have the pleasure of seeing you, Maria; and while I said ‘kuck’ to the pony, he was gone!

    Springhaven

  • I had an interesting conversation with my webmaster over on my old diary - and he told me that one of the first words he teaches his friends over at GA Tech - is "kuck."

    moschikat Diary Entry

  • An eminnet Sanscrit scholar informs me that "kuck-hup" is the

    Notes and Queries, Number 18, March 2, 1850

  • Again, on the American coast "Am-a-luk-tuk" signifies plenty, while on the Siberian coast it is "Num-kuck-ee."

    The First Landing on Wrangel Island With Some Remarks on the Northern Inhabitants

  • The pheasants in the park shook their wings and crowed 'kuck, kuck -- kow,' and went to roost; the water in the furrows ceased to reflect; the dark earth grew darker and damper; the elms lost their reddish brown; the sky became leaden behind the ridge of the Downs; and the shadow of night fell over the field.

    Field and Hedgerow Being the Last Essays of Richard Jefferies

  • The 'kuck-kuck' of the redwings came from the bushes -- the first note of approaching winter -- and the tips of the rushes were dead.

    The Amateur Poacher

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