Definitions

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  • adjective of clothing Not tucked in
  • verb transitive Simple past tense and past participle of untuck.

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  • adjective lacking tucks or not being tucked

Etymologies

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un- +‎ tucked

Examples

  • The question wasn't a surprising one coming from Cooley, who has criticized the NFL in the past for fining players for infractions such as untucked jerseys and socks and towels that were the wrong length.

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  • Marquette's national title year "untucked" jerseys indeed was (image here).

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  • Slowly, Tak untucked himself from a comfortable nook towards the bottom of an amiable pit of despair.

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  • Just inside, Steve Martin and Alec Baldwin were secluded inside their dressing rooms, but one guest brought them out, Baldwin still in his street clothes and Martin with his tuxedo shirt untucked and unbuttoned.

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  • The driver was large, with a gut bulging his untucked pink shirt, the other two lighter, all slightly feline in the way they moved.

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  • All I could see were bright colors, baggy pants, long, untucked shirts with flowing patterns of colors and zits.

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  • And it was shown on a model tucked in, rather than untucked as it's usually shown.

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  • Natalie Pace: "The five things you're supposed to ask a potential husband candidate: tighty-whities, boxers or commando, Mac or PC, sheets tucked or untucked, toilet paper under or over, and what's your relationship with your mother?"

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  • A crowded train pulls into the crowded station, where the platform looks not unlike it does during the evening commute -- only younger, more untucked and a lot more inebriated.

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  • Natalie Pace: "The five things you're supposed to ask a potential husband candidate: tighty-whities, boxers or commando, Mac or PC, sheets tucked or untucked, toilet paper under or over, and what's your relationship with your mother?"

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