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Tuck may refer to:
See also: Tuck (surname)
- Al Tuck (born 1966), Canadian songwriter and folksinger
- Amos Tuck (1810–1879), political figure in New Hampshire
- Amy Tuck (born 1963), American politician
- Anthony Tuck (born 1940), English historian
- Dick Tuck (born 1924), American politician
- Donald H. Tuck (1922–2010), Australian bibliographer
- Edward Tuck (1842–1938), American banker and philanthropist
- Horace Tuck (1876–1951), British artist
- James A. Tuck, Canadian archaeologist
- James L. Tuck (1910–1980), British physicist
- Jessica Tuck (born 1963), American actor
- Justin Tuck (born 1983), American football player
- Michael Tuck (born 1953), Australian footballer
- Raphael Tuck (1910–1982), British Labour politician, academic and lawyer
- Raphael Tuck & Sons (ca. 1866-1959), London-resident Prussian Jewish family extremely successful in commercial postcard production
- Robert Stanford Tuck (1916–1987) British pilot
- Shane Tuck (born 1981), Australian footballer
- William M. Tuck (1896–1983), American politician
- Tuck (sewing) refers to a fold or pleat in fabric that is sewn in place.
- Tuck (sword), also known as an estoc in French.
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