Definition of Gucks

1. guck [n] - See also: guck



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gucks

gubernacular canal
gubernacular cord
gubernaculum dentis
gubernance
gubernation
gubernative
gubernatorial
gubernatorially
gubmint
gubs
guck
guckier
guckiest
gucks (current term)
gucky
gud
guddle
guddled
guddles
guddling
gude
gudeman
gudemen
gudes
gudesire
gudesires
gudewife
gudewives

Literary usage of Gucks

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1. Cherished Memories of Old Lancaster--town and Shire by William Riddle (1910)
"... bein' a leetle hard uf hearin' in his off-ear, he gucks cella goota gowl iver, countin' the ..."

2. Watson's Choice Collection of Comic and Serious Scots Poems by James Watson (1869)
"Go, go, we do nothing but gucks, 7'hey fay the Voyage never lucks, where each one hath a Vote. ..."

3. Ridpath's Universal History: An Account of the Origin, Primitive Condition by John Clark Ridpath (1897)
"... and the gucks, with many subordinate tribes and ramifications. South America. ., . ,. T-. n ,. One branch of this same Polynesian migration turned from ..."

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