Tuck"et (?), n. [It toccata a prelude, fr. toccare to touch. See Toccata, Touch.]

A slight flourish on a trumpet; a fanfare.

[Obs.]

Tucket sonance, the sound of the tucket. [Obs.]

Let the trumpets sound The tucket sonance and the note to mount. Shak.

 

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Tuck"et, n. [Cf. It. tocchetto a ragout of fish, meat, fr. tocco a bit, morsel, LL. tucetum, tuccetum, a thick gravy.]

A steak; a collop.

[Obs.]

Jer. Taylor.

 

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