tuckbox


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tuckbox

(ˈtʌkbɒks)
n
(Education) Brit a box used for carrying and storing food, esp one taken to boarding school
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How can Tommy Tuckbox take teacher seriously if she's dressed for the beach?
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A RAID your kid's tuckbox. A handful of flying saucers, love hearts, sherbet dips or parma violets will satisfy your craving, but have little or no fat content with under 100 calories each.