- shuck out of; shuck off; shuck; strip off; strip
- adj.外面的,下台的,出局的 adv.在外,出声地,显露出来地,明显地,从头至尾地 n.外面,外出,外观 vt.赶出,击倒,使退场 vi.外出,暴露 prep.通过
- Sham is sham and the mask must be stripped off.
- It is an interesting question how far men will retain their relative rank if they were divest of their clothes.
- Rinse shrimp and cut out intestine; rinse squid remove any skin from it and sliced; rinse scallop and cut into bite-size pieces; marinated with salt and pepper.
- When the macabre procession reached its destination the bodies were stripped and the mystery of the ricocheting bullets was solved: each of the grand duchesses was wearing a corset so tightly studded with diamonds sewn into the fabric that it had acted as armour;
- To strip or cut away the skin rind or bark from; pare.
- To remove the bark husk or outer layer from; peel.
- The taxidermist takes only your skin.
- Those who had caught sharks had taken them to the shark factory on the other side of the cove where they were hoisted on a block and tackle their livers removed their fins cut off and their hides skinned out and their flesh cut into strips for salting.
- Lately my people have risen up like an enemy.you strip off the rich robe from those who pass by without a care like men returning from battle.
- Tear off the rhetorical top-dressing form his speech and you find there's very little solid content.
- They sun the fruit for15days stirring every few minutes to ensure uniform dryness then shuck the shells.