I reckon the feathers has got shuck down.
"Plantation Sketches" by Margaret Devereux
Got the habit when I was a kid and never shucked it.
"The Pirate of Panama" by William MacLeod Raine
I'm poor shucks, Janet, an' not over keen; but I'm fairly full of trouble now!
"Janet of the Dunes" by Harriet T. Comstock
She guessed that other men thought big shucks of her anyway.
"Elder Conklin" by Frank Harris
And, shucks they're not hard to get.
"Subversive" by Dallas McCord Reynolds
You won't stay shuck off, and that's the sort of a man that gets next to me.
"Old Ebenezer" by Opie Read
They'd whip us to shucks on the paraira.
"The Scalp Hunters" by Mayne Reid
Flotsam and jetsam of shucks drifting down, and forming in mass at the eddies.
"Lines in Pleasant Places" by William Senior
But shucks, that don't matter to us, Fred, not a whit.
"Fred Fenton on the Track" by Allen Chapman
He checked it over carefully and began shucking his vac suit.
"The Bramble Bush" by Gordon Randall Garrett
Here's a recipe for those less-than-perfect peas—no shucking involved.
Astros send down Shuck to make room for Happ.
Shuck signs with Los Angeles Angels.
Here, 4 simple steps for shucking oysters at home.
Hicks From the Sticks Channeling Sarah Palin, Campfield Denounces Obama's ' Shuck and Jive Song and Dance'.
West Islip Breast Cancer Coalition Clam Shucking Contest.
Jerome Porter, 13, of Salem City shucked four ears of corn and was named the winner.
Oyster Shucking Contest On Tap.
And even after all of these years, event organizer Shane Borschnack said "they eat'em faster than we can shuck 'em" and the people just keep coming back for more.
Oyster- Shucking Contest Celebrates 25 Years at Fur Rondy.
Sarah Palin is defending her use of the term "shuck and jive" to characterize President Obama as evasive and dishonest, dismissing criticism that the term is racist.
I thought, "Shucks, there ain't nothing to this.".
Shuck the spacecraft 182 spacewalkers have.
It is California's largest commercial shellfish operation, producing 460,000 pounds of shucked oysters a year, an amount the proprietor says is almost 40 percent of all the oysters harvested in California.
1 pound shucked oysters (see Notes), drained and chopped into bite-size pieces.