How to use Shuck in a sentence as a noun

Yev w/ Backblaze here -> Yea unfortunately when we shuck the drives the warranties are voided, but we add that factor in to the costs that we are willing to pay for the hard drives.

In the article he lists some kinds of fetish youtube videos like zit-popping and clean-corn-shuck.

At least he should be able to shuck a few thousand from the new age crowd to sign up for a course based on this book.

There's a part of me that would like to shuck it all off, quit technology, move to Hawaii and set up a stand renting surfboards on the beach and live in a cave.

With the shuck and jive that keeps getting played with Social Security, 401ks, and Medicare, more and more I am beginning to consider my retirement is going to be of the eating catfood or hot lead variety.

A murky part of us, something we had before we came down out of trees, and failed to shuck when we stood up. Because not one of those people said: Please pass this so that I won't be able to do something I know I should stop.

How to use Shuck in a sentence as a verb

Public schools aren't supposed to accommodate anyone at the "smart" end of the scale, and they're supposed to shuck off any one lying at the "dumb" end of the scale.

You teach the young grown-ups / old kids at the college, and then you shuck it in your part-time service job...

Some of the drives are "voided warranty" now, like the ones we "shuck" out of USB enclosures.

Why not get an external hard drive and shuck it?

My recipe is "Go to Costco, buy the biggest backup drive they have, shuck the drive and put it in the NAS. When one dies, repeat.

Proper Noun Examples for Shuck

After a lot of deliberation I finally decided to shuck and got 2 8tb WD elements from Amazon and 2 8tb WD easystore from Best Buy. Shucking was extremely easy.

Shuck definitions

noun

material consisting of seed coverings and small pieces of stem or leaves that have been separated from the seeds

See also: chaff husk stalk straw stubble

verb

remove from the shell; "shuck oysters"

verb

remove the shucks from; "shuck corn"