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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

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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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If rucking is to be allowed, we should go back to that because what Brown did was, although legal, dangerous as regards player safety and a duty of care.
But it was that action to which the panel took exception and they uncovered a precedent from 1999 which seems to advocate a complete ban on rucking in the game.
While Williams may have been not guilty of a deliberate act of stamping, his rucking action was condoned - in direct contravention to the precedent used in Grimes' case.
While Williams may have been not guilty of a deliberate act of stamping, his rucking action was condoned ( in direct contravention to the precedent used in Grimes' case.
After closely studying the video of our semi-final win over Bridgend, the Newport management were concerned at an incident of over-vigorous rucking involving Jason Forster and the Bridgend No.
HEMI TAYLOR last night branded Ali Williams ``daft'' as the All Blacks rucking row dragged on.
Woodward was incensed at the verdict and called on the Rugby Football Union to take action - but Taylor, the first New Zealander to be capped by Wales in 1994 and a player renowned for his rucking, said the incident would not cause a ripple in his homeland.
Some will tell a player he deserved a rucking while others will penalise the person doing the rucking.
As I came into the ruck he had his back to me but rolled over and opened himself up and instead of me rucking him off the ball, I caught him in the neck.
He said, ``Rucking is not allowed today because touch judges and referees are dominated by supporters, who don't know the difference between rucking and stamping.