duck

All Noun
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  • Info Duck is the common name for a large number of species in the Anatidae family of birds, which also includes swans and geese. more...
  • The population of the wood duck has increased a great deal in the last several years.
  • I tried my best to find out who she was; but she ducked. Cited from Every Man for Himself, by Hopkins Moorhouse
  • I had ducked just in time or it would have been all off with me. Cited from Into the Jaws of Death, by Jack O'Brien
  • Jack ducked as he ran in and it was well that he did so. Cited from The Boy Allies with Uncle Sams Cruisers, R. Drake
  • Many ducked into the water, holding their breath as long as they could.
  • She eventually finds the courage to do so, becoming a mere duck again.
  • At once he ducked, and, running low, got well to one side of the house. Cited from The Boy Scouts on the Trail, by George Durston
  • One end of it ducked into his forehead and never did come out. Cited from You Should Worry Says John Henry, by George V. Hobart
  • His seven seasons as team captain also set a Ducks record.
  • While his first name was also hidden, his last name is revealed to be Duck.
  • He is also quite a bit stronger than his duck appearance would suggest.
  • The officer, therefore, ordered that he should be taken to the river and ducked. Cited from The King's Arrow, by H. A. Cody
  • He ducked back again like fun when he saw me looking. Cited from Motor Boat Boys Mississippi Cruise, by Louis Arundel
  • He made something like a duck's foot to push it through the water. Cited from Stories of Great Inventors, by Hattie E. Macomber
  • Duck begins dancing to show him he must not give up.
  • Compared to other types of duck, their legs are placed more towards the centre of their bodies.
  • And Tom saw her, and again he ducked, but for a different reason. Cited from Five Little Peppers Abroad, by Margaret Sidney
  • A small duck is shown in the middle among the flowers.
  • And he ducked inside the hollow tree before they could reach him. Cited from The Tale of Solomon Owl, by Arthur Scott Bailey
  • He ducked them behind him when he saw me. Cited from Sunny Slopes, by Ethel Hueston
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Meaning of duck

  • noun Small wild or domesticated web-footed broad-billed swimming bird usually having a depressed body and short legs
  • noun (cricket) a score of nothing by a batsman
  • noun Flesh of a duck (domestic or wild)
  • noun A heavy cotton fabric of plain weave; used for clothing and tents
  • verb To move (the head or body) quickly downwards or away
    Before he could duck, another stone struck him
  • verb Submerge or plunge suddenly