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  • Tucker was one of the most successful female country artists at the time.
  • Tucker is also well known for its use of four tracks on its vehicles.
  • We were all tuckered out when we reached the top of the ridge. Cited from Tales of Lonely Trails, by Zane Grey
  • Tucker's first significant works were produced during his involvement in the army.
  • In Tucker's long career this is only the second live album that she has released.
  • The first settlers lived north of the present site and called the settlement Tucker.
  • Tucker is famous for his short fuse and use of very strong language.
  • Tucker received one battle star for her World War II service.
  • At the end of the episode, Tucker gave the poem back to his brother.
  • Tucker's father died when the young Ralph was three years old.
  • "He was fairly tuckered out, and he might fall off any minute." Cited from The Lions of the Lord, by Harry Leon Wilson
  • I'm afraid these children have tuckered you out though. Cited from Work: A Story of Experience, Louisa M. Alcott
  • The show covers an in-depth visit with Tucker in her home with her family.
  • Them all tuckered out with their own work? Cited from A Daughter of the Snows, by Jack London
  • At last I got her to go to bed, and she was all tuckered out, and went to sleep. Cited from Ester Ried Yet Speaking, by Isabella Alden
  • Tucker continued performing throughout the rest of her life.
  • The single was Tucker's sixth number one on the country chart.
  • At the time, Tucker was one of the youngest stars ever to enter country music.
  • Tucker had continued working up until the months before her death, playing shows at the Latin Quarter just weeks before.
  • Tucker's appointment was initially opposed by several internal candidates within the department who wanted the position.
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Synonyms of Tucker

Meaning of Tucker

  • noun United states anarchist influential before world war i (1854-1939)
  • noun United states vaudevillian (born in russia) noted for her flamboyant performances (1884-1966)
  • noun A sewer who tucks
  • noun A detachable yoke of linen or lace worn over the breast of a low-cut dress