tuckle
 n.— «“We’re just here looking at the tuckles ladies,” Jamal Wilson, 19, says as he stands under the square’s big screen with three friends. Tuckles, he explains, is the 416’s new word for fly, which was the new word for cool.» —“A party with 600 cops” by Robyn Doolittle Toronto Star (Canada) Aug. 7, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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