To grapple; to engage in close combat.
1917 ""Will you come over now and try on your dress?"" Ally asked, looking at her with wistful admiration. ""I want to be sure the sleeves don't ruck up the same as they did yesterday."" — Edith Wharton, Summer, Chapter 12.
To double over (cloth, for example).
Pleat is defined as to press and stitch down double folds in a piece of fabric.
To advance (a runner) by hitting a double
To make a pressed, folded, or wrinkled line in.
To give up (an advantage, for example) to another; concede:
To turn away (one's gaze, for example).
To position (something) by folding it, or using its folds.
Surround is defined as to enclose or circle around.
To repeat a scientific experiment to confirm findings or ensure accuracy.
Pucker is defined as to draw up into wrinkles or small folds.
To confine or enclose in or as in a pen
Loop is defined as to form in a way that two sides fold on each other with an opening in the middle.
(Sports) To get ahead of (an opponent) in a race by one or more complete circuits of the course, as in running, or by two or more lengths of a pool in swimming.
The definition of intertwine is to join things by combining together.
To belong to or form a group:
To flock means to group together.
To move or sway while fixed at one edge or corner; flutter:
To stop operating or working
To clasp or hold close with the arms, usually as an expression of affection.
Drape is defined as to cover or hang something with cloth, or to arrange cloth to fall in folds.
To raise and turn under (the upper lip), as in snarling or showing scorn.
To crush together into creases or wrinkles
To pinch together or fold the edge of (one part) tightly over another
To fold or come together compactly
Clasp means to hold or grip tightly, or attach two or more things together.
To turn or be turned from a straight line or from some direction or position
(Mathematics) To have one or more elements in common. Used of sets.
To harvest or pick:
To gather into ruffles
To break suddenly with a brisk, sharp, cracking sound.
To break down; fail:
To fail to fulfill; cancel:
To submit to the power of another, especially after resisting; give up.
To give way (to); yield; submit
To allow oneself to be subjected to something:
To yield in defeat or out of courtesy; submit.
To break or dash into pieces; smash; shatter
To become bankrupt or short of money.
(Naut.) To unfasten (a sail) from a spar or stay
To knock down; lay low:
To gain with effort or despite difficulty; reach:
To achieve or accomplish something planned or attempted
To engage in indecent exposure of (oneself).
To remove obstructions or entanglements from; clear:
To free the bowels from constipation.
To free from an obligation or responsibility; absolve
To increase the size, volume, quantity, or scope of; enlarge:
Straighten is to make something orderly or unwavy.
In a smooth manner
To request to be supplied with:
To perform for an audience:
To enclose, especially in paper, and fasten:
To refuse to cooperate with, submit to, etc.
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