Green’s Dictionary of Slang

chuck v.1

[Grose (1796) suggests that the term applies to women only]

1. to have sexual intercourse.

[UK]A. Scott Poems (1821) 25: Fairwell with chestetie, ffra wechis fall to chucking.
[UK]R. Brathwait Barnabees Journal II I6: Thence at Meredin [...] I repos’d, where I chuck’t Jone-a.
[UK]Greene & Lodge Lady Alimony V vi: Ile rather go mumble a crust at home: and chuck my old Josalin.
[UK]C. Cotton Virgil Travestie (1765) Bk I 30: And let herself be chuck’d / [...] / By Mars, and many a one beside.

2. (later use is UK black) of a woman, to make sexual advances [note cluck v.1 , for which this may be a mis-reading].

[UK]Grose Classical Dict. of the Vulgar Tongue n.p.: Chuck, to shew a propensity for a man. The mort chucks; the wench wants to be doing.
[UK]Lex. Balatronicum.
[UK]Egan Grose’s Classical Dict. of the Vulgar Tongue.
[UK]C. Newland Scholar 33: What, you chuckin’ it wid my girl spee, or what?