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Synonyms for ruck

Synonyms for ruck

an enormous number of persons gathered together

a very large number of things grouped together

to bend together or make a crease in so that one part lies over another

a line or an arrangement made by the doubling of one part over another

Synonyms for ruck

a crowd especially of ordinary or undistinguished persons or things

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an irregular fold in an otherwise even surface (as in cloth)

become wrinkled or drawn together

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We asked: "Have you hired Carter Ruck just to deal with the media or are they representing you in other aspects of the case?
The 11-month-old baby girl who was pronounced deceased at a flat in Abergavenny on Saturday November 20 can now be named as Harley Ruck," a Gwent Police spokesman said.
The 39-year-old prop, from Upper Quinton, Warwickshire, said he had run towards the ruck with his head down, looking towards the floor, and his arms outstretched.
Less than one-quarter offered what Ruck deems the "proper" instruction: Take the device to a hazardous-waste collection station.
The global distribution and the promotion of the new systems will be shared by Croma and Ruck Tmed.
Author Julian Ruck suffered serious head and leg injuries after being hit by a vehicle that failed to stop in his home town on Saturday evening, October 17.
As Guisborough approached the halfway line, the ball was passed out from a ruck, and Tommy Laing-Taylor tore through the defensive lines to open up the scoresheet, swiftly followed by Guisborough fly-half George Lillystone to successfully convert his first kick of the day, despite a side wind.
Alex Dunbar was guilty of entering an attacking ruck from side on - then McAuley Cook spilled a superb cross kick from Duncan Weir, only for Clancy to ignore the blatant knock-on.
Four minutes into the second half Emrys Evans - revelling in his role at scrum-half - darted over from the base of a ruck, before Bro scored their only points of the game as prop Tom James dived over.
Author Julian Ruck, who had the figures disclosed to him after a request under the Freedom of Information Act, said it was outrageous that so much money had been spent on "an expensive city break at taxpayers' expense".
Replays showed the 28-year-old lock bring his right boot down onto the head of Jones, who was lying at the bottom of a ruck and later needed stitches above his left eye.
The English referee, JP Doyle, frustrated both sides by penalising them at rucks in attacking positions, then annoying the Scarlets for not rolling away at a ruck as Davies kicked the Blues into a 10-3 lead on 26 minutes.
When Brods failed to win the ruck, Huddersfield stole the ball and shipped it to winger Sam Bourouh who beat a defender to score.
Rajinder Sangha paid false cheques into a Barclays account and then withdrew money, prosecutor Sati Ruck told Wolverhampton Crown Court.
While Melbourne are recognised as the best side on the planet, their tactics, particularly their ability to wrestle their opponents in the ruck, slowing the game down, are not universally popular, and it seems that the discontent is starting to spread to the UK.