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Oxford dictionary definition of the word pluck:
1take hold of (something) and quickly remove it from its place:
she plucked a blade of grass
he plucked a tape from the shelf
catch hold of and pull quickly:
she plucked his sleeve
brambles plucked at her jeans
pull the feathers from (a bird’s carcass) to prepare it for cooking:
the turkeys are plucked and cleaned by machine
pull some of the hairs from (one’s eyebrows) to make them look neater:
whether you pluck your eyebrows depends on your type of looks
Geology (of glacier ice) break off (pieces of rock) by mechanical force.
2quickly or suddenly remove someone from a dangerous or unpleasant situation:
the baby was plucked from a grim orphanage
3sound (a musical instrument or its strings) with one’s finger or a plectrum:
she picked up her guitar and plucked it idly
1spirited and determined courage:
it must have taken a lot of pluck to walk along a path marked ‘Danger’
2the heart, liver, and lungs of an animal as food.
pluck up courage
[usually in combination]:
late Old English ploccian, pluccian, of Germanic origin; related to Flemish plokken; probably from the base of Old French (es)peluchier ‘to pluck’. Sense 1 of the noun is originally boxers’ slang