Definition of Ruckle

1. Verb. Make a hoarse, rattling sound.

Generic synonyms: Rattle



2. Verb. Make wrinkles or creases on a smooth surface; make a pressed, folded or wrinkled line in. "They ruckle the sheets"; "Crease the paper like this to make a crane"
Exact synonyms: Crease, Crinkle, Crisp, Scrunch, Scrunch Up, Wrinkle
Generic synonyms: Fold, Fold Up, Turn Up
Specialized synonyms: Cockle, Crumple, Knit, Pucker, Rumple, Pucker, Ruck, Ruck Up
Derivative terms: Crease, Crinkle, Wrinkle

Definition of Ruckle

1. Verb. to crease or wrinkle ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Ruckle

1. to ruck [v -LED, -LING, -LES] - See also: ruck

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ruckle

rubywood
ruc
rucervine
ruche
ruched
ruches
ruching
ruchings
ruck
ruck rover
ruck rovers
ruck up
rucked
rucked up
rucking
ruckle (current term)
ruckled
ruckles
rucklidgeite
ruckling
ruckman
ruckmen
rucks
rucksac
rucksack
rucksacks
rucksacs
ruckseat
ruckseats
ruckus

Literary usage of Ruckle

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Lackawanna Jurist by Lackawanna Bar Association (1907)
"In Re: The Estate of Billington ruckle, Deceased. ... The decedent Billington ruckle, the illegitimate son of Martha Creveling, deceased, died on or about ..."

2. The Earliest Churches of New York and Its Vicinity by Gabriel Poillon Disosway (1865)
"... IN 1760, AT NEW YORK, OF IRISH WESLEYANS PAUL ruckle, JACOB HECK, AND OTHERS. • THE lamentation of Bishop Burnet, on the state of the Church in his day, ..."

3. Judicial and Statutory Definitions of Words and Phrases by West Publishing Company (1904)
"... "effects" to a person designated should be construed to include estate acquired in fee by the testatrix after publication of the will. ruckle v. ..."

4. Lackawanna Jurist by Lackawanna Bar Association (1907)
"In Re: The Estate of Billington ruckle, Deceased. ... The decedent Billington ruckle, the illegitimate son of Martha Creveling, deceased, died on or about ..."

5. The Earliest Churches of New York and Its Vicinity by Gabriel Poillon Disosway (1865)
"... IN 1760, AT NEW YORK, OF IRISH WESLEYANS PAUL ruckle, JACOB HECK, AND OTHERS. • THE lamentation of Bishop Burnet, on the state of the Church in his day, ..."

6. Judicial and Statutory Definitions of Words and Phrases by West Publishing Company (1904)
"... "effects" to a person designated should be construed to include estate acquired in fee by the testatrix after publication of the will. ruckle v. ..."

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