Thesaurus / quacking
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


"But neither hut nor house can be built by gabbling and quacking," said the Pig.

The ducks are quacking, the bull frogs are croaking, and everything.

The HarvesterGene Stratton Porter

She followed, quacking anxiously, and keeping as close to the Man as possible.

Tales of a Poultry FarmClara Dillingham Pierson

Geese were honking and ducks were quacking, while the deep booming of guns was heard every few minutes.

Voyage of the Paper CanoeNathaniel H. Bishop

But just as they reached the door there was a commotion outside, and the sound of quacking and men's laughter.

They flocked around us in an unseemly manner, uttering shrill cries and quacking hideously.

She took him around and showed him off, and she went on quacking away to all her pals as if Bill wasn't in the room.

Again he tried to make up to them, quacking softly, and again he was repulsed.

When he looked up, the courtyard was empty, and quiet, save for the quacking of two or three forlorn ducks.

The Golden SilenceC. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson

It produced also the sound of quacking in the most natural manner.