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Definition of tucker

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Other terms relating to 'food':

Definitions include: an attractive person.
Definitions include: Chef who creates great food with only small appliances.
Definitions include: acronym for "unidentifiable food-like object".
Definitions include: snack food, especially "junk" food.
Definitions include: a chicken drumstick.
Definitions include: a pasta dish prepared with loose ground meat, tomato sauce, and pasta (such as small sea shells or elbow macaroni.)
Definitions include: a person who one wants to bang (i.e. have sex with.)
Definitions include: when French fries are in a container that is in a bag, those French fries that fall out of the container and settle at the bottom of the bag.
Definitions include: food from a restaurant, prepared quickly.
Definitions include: a food item, especially a side dish.
Definitions include: "application."
Definitions include: spoiled food left in a refrigerator.
Definitions include: humorous pretend Chinese food item.
Definitions include: very good, excellent; "cool".
Definitions include: "macaroni" and cheese.

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Other terms relating to 'tucker':

Definitions include: exhausted.

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