Definitions — English
- A husk, pod, or shell, as of a pea, hickory nut, or ear of corn.
- The shell of an oyster or clam.
- Informal Something worthless. Often used in the plural: an issue that didn't amount to shucks.
- To remove the husk or shell from.
- Informal To cast off: shucked their coats and cooled off; a city trying to shuck a sooty image.
- Used to express mild disappointment, disgust, or annoyance.