(Of upper front teeth) Projecting outward; SYN. bucked.
Of the lowest rank in a category.
S(ydenstricker) (1892-1973) US novelist. Daughter of missionaries to China, she spent much of her life there and wrote novels about Chinese life, such as East Wind–West Wind 1930 and The Good Earth 1931, for which she received a Pulitzer Prize 1932. She received the Nobel Prize for Literature 1938.
She wanted to make the East understandable to the West.
An object formerly used in poker to mark the next player to deal; broadly; a token used as a mark or reminder.
1. A male human being; man
2. A dashing fellow; dandy
3. Buckskin; also; an article (as a shoe) made of buckskin
4. An act or instance of bucking
5. Responsibility — used especially in the phrases pass the buck and the buck stops here
Mature male of various mammals (especially deer or antelope).
(1) dollar 3b
(2) A sum of money especially to be gained ; also; money — usually used in plural
A short thick leather-covered block for gymnastic vaulting.
1. To jump vertically, with legs stiff and back arched, as of horses; SYN. jerk, hitch.
2. To resist; SYN. go against.
3. To strive with determination.