Tucked Into in a sentence

How to use Tucked Into in a Sentence?

  • She wore a flame-colored velvet frock and her curly hair was tucked into a golden net.
  • He wore a flannel blouse, and his homespun trousers were tucked into high leathern gaiters.
  • His trousers were tucked into their wrinkled tops, which sagged half-way down his long calves.
  • He had her fairly extended, yet going well within herself, her head tucked into her chest.
  • The boy curled up in a ball, knees tucked into stomach, head resting on one arm.
  • He conjured himself by all his gods to be a wise little ostrich and keep his head well tucked into the sand.
  • But he could see enough to know that the pirate carried a rifle and had a barong tucked into his belt.
  • But his face wore an aggrieved air, and his left hand was neatly bound in black and tucked into his coat.
  • When she had seen all three cosily tucked into their beds, she went downstairs to rake over the fire and see that all was safe for the night.
  • He wore foxy-black pantaloons tucked into red-topped boots, with the name of the maker on a gilt shield.
  • He wore a loose hickory shirt and buckskin breeches tucked into long boots, already broken from the soles.
  • Alicia leaned forward, her elbow on the arm of her chair, her chin tucked into her palm, and looked at it.
  • Absently, Dan reached for the instrument which was tucked into a shelf nook beside the breakfast table.
  • He wore a gray flannel shirt and a pair of well worn brown corduroys, tucked into the tops of a pair of ordinary shoes.
  • There was a linen napkin for each guest, one corner of which he tucked into his throat, while the other corner lay beneath his wooden plate.
  • He wore a rough homespun blue shirt, open at the neck, and a pair of corduroy trousers tucked into high boots.
  • He wore a close-cropped beard, an old blue army overcoat, and his trousers were tucked into a pair of muddy cowhide boots.
  • The average costume consisted of a buckskin shirt, ordinary trousers tucked into high leather boots, and a slouch hat or cap.
  • His trousers, tucked into a pair of high-laced, large-eyed shoes, were belted at the waist in a conspicuous roll.
  • No portion of the crowd tucked into the four walls of the Moscow court-house showed more interest in the trial than the members of the bar.
  • We never travel anywhere without our smoke helmets; they come right over our heads and are tucked into our shirts; they have two glass eye-pieces.
  • A patient was snoring contentedly on the boards, with, tucked into the hollow of his neck, a hard roly-poly bolster which made me ache to look at.
  • The bird, however hard the frost may be, flies briskly to its customary roosting-place, and with beak tucked into its wing, falls asleep.
  • Her thin summer dress, with the cluster of crimson roses tucked into the waist of it, brought out her rich beauty which betokened a Latin ancestry.
  • A towering, slow-moving, but quick-eyed man, in a flannel shirt, with corduroys tucked into the tops of spurred boots, appeared on the stoop.
  • He generally wears a well-worn long grey jacket, a high black felt hat, and blue trousers tucked into his Wellington boots.
  • Eventually we handed him over to two other footmen who appeared with their nightshirts tucked into their trousers, and my host was good enough to compliment me as he led the way outside.
  • He fancied he smelt tuberoses, but it was not until she sat down, and he again looked at her, that he perceived a knot of them tucked into the front of her bodice.
  • His mind had thrown off every feeling of responsibility and he knew only that he was warm and snugly tucked into bed and that the odour of spruce forest and wood smoke that he breathed was very pleasant.
  • Each also carried a chicken in an open-work basket, while tucked into the basket was a round stick about 14 inches long and half an inch in diameter.
  • And thus it was that having ensconced himself in the great elbow-chair, and raised his eyes to the picture, he espied a letter tucked into the frame, thereof.
  • Some odd instinct or intuition told her that history had repeated itself, and it came hardly as a surprise to find a half-sheet of notepaper tucked into her nightdress close to her heart.
  • Two or three rough-looking men in coloured flannel shirts, with the bottoms of their trousers tucked into high boots, were seated at the tables smoking and drinking.
  • We had there, tucked into folds of the hills, a couple of tubby old black-powdered howitzers, and they let fly three rounds which should have been very effective.
  • This direction was put on so that the gifts could all be wrapped in advance by the hostess in white tissue paper, tied with yellow baby ribbon and a big artificial daisy tucked into the knot.

Short Example Sentence for Tucked Into

  • The way they tucked into the good things was a caution.
  • Darjeeling is a pretty place tucked into the mountain-side.
  • Major Phillips was welcomed with both hands and tucked into the car.
  • Presently Burton felt the card tucked into his hand under the table.
  • FOWLS when boiled have their legs bent inwards, and tucked into the belly.