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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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In the 32nd minute, Ebbw Vale tight head Ross Jones was yellow carded for killing the ball at a ruck and the Ravens made the most of his absence by scoring a marvellous try.
You just want to go from week to week with a basic understanding of what is a competitive ruck.
With ball in hand, the Huddersfield backs were getting over the advantage line and allowing their forwards to win rucks going forward.
Durlucia emerged from a ruck close to the Cardiff line to crash over near the posts and Jake Griffiths converted.
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.
Botha was banned for not binding as he cleared Jones from a ruck, an incident that left the Lions prop with a dislocated shoulder and out of the game for six months.
The competition served as a great opportunity to brief the latest ICODES updates and changes to our stow planners and share the best techniques and procedures for vessel stowing," said Rucks.
Dorsey had taken the first lead of the game on its first play - Jody Rucks bolting 59 yards for a touchdown that would start him on a 17-carry, 182-yard night.
Possibly that's due to the fact that guys think to themselves that if they over-aggressively ruck they might get sent off and not paid.
When Cher and Madonna want to put the pop in their videos, they call on visionary Dan Rucks
Technology, such as his handheld computer, allows Rucks to keep track of each cow's health records, milk production, and calf birth dates.
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.
He added: "Rugby union is a contact sport where there is no place for dirty or foul play but it has a place for men - and women - to throw themselves into rucks, to tackle hard and run with the ball as hard as they can.
Rugby union is a contact sport where there is no place for dirty or foul play, but it has a place for men - and women - to throw themselves into rucks, to tackle hard and run with the ball as hard as they can," he added.
The main issue he still has is the balance between ruling in favour of the defenders or attackers, with players unsure when rucks have begun and therefore penalised for illegal use of their hands or joining from the wrong side.