"Why, Tuck, dost thou not know of my ill happening with my father's steward?" answered Scarlet.
"Why, truly," said the Friar demurely, "some do call me the Curtal Friar of Fountain Dale; others again call me in jest the Abbot of Fountain Abbey; others still again call me simple Friar Tuck."
"I am but a poor anchorite, a curtall friar," said the other, whistling to his pack, "by name Friar Tuck
of Fountain's Dale.
So Robin and his men set out to hunt for her, while Friar Tuck
and Much the Miller's son stay to look after the dinner in the poor cook's stead.
"Well, when it come dark I tuck
out up de river road, en went 'bout two mile er more to whah dey warn't no houses.
'There now,' he said addressing himself no longer to the cook but the girdle, as he tucked
the ends in at the waist, 'now you won't come undone!' And working his shoulders up and down to free his arms, he put the coat over his sheepskin, arched his back more strongly to ease his arms, poked himself under the armpits, and took down his leather-covered mittens from the shelf.
Anne was eventually tucked
in, exchanging amused smiles with herself during the process.
But my woman said she wanted to churn, so I tuck
a churn for the change.”
She clicked her teeth (Karay no longer had her by the throat), leaped with a movement of her hind legs out of the gully, and having disengaged herself from the dogs, with tail tucked
in again, went forward.
his bushy white beard inside his overcoat.
"If you could contrive to keep a secret,--you two little girls,--it would be rather a nice surprise to have the lamp arrive at the Simpsons' on Thanksgiving Day, wouldn't it?" he asked, as he tucked
the old lap robe cosily over their feet.
`but it doesn't matter much,' thought Alice, `as all the arches are gone from this side of the ground.' So she tucked
it away under her arm, that it might not escape again, and went back for a little more conversation with her friend.