duck[ duhk ]SEE DEFINITION OF duck
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DUCK
He was just about to duck the little one a second time when Will arrived.
Ordinarily no duck could have been more indifferent to a rain storm than herself.
Place a layer of them in a stew-pan; then put in the duck and cover it with ham.
In the meantime, have ready two sets of goose-giblets, or four of duck.
This was called a “cucking-stool,” and was used to duck scolds or brawlers.
Pour a little gravy round the duck, and serve the rest in a tureen.
A sharp knife, Babette, for these teal––a duck should be cut, not torn.
After very nicely cleaning goose or duck giblets, and removing the thick membrane from the gizzards, stew them, in a little water.
The duck was a drake, but the stork didn't mind, and they loved each other and were as jolly as could be.
So they looked about and found a duck, and introduced it to the stork.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR DUCK
- blot out
- go into hiding
- go underground
- hold back
- hole up
- hush up
- keep from
- keep secret
- lie low
- lock up
- not give away
- not tell
- put out of the way
- salt away
- stow away
- take cover
- tuck away