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See definition of quacking on Dictionary.com
  • as incackle
  • as incroak
  • as incry

synonyms for quacking

  • chortle
  • giggle
  • babble
  • blather
  • burble
  • chuckle
  • cluck
  • crow
  • gibber
  • gobble
  • jabber
  • quack
  • snicker
  • snigger
  • titter
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How to use quacking in a sentence

It was headed by Greentop, resentful no more, but quacking joyously at the sight of light and shelter.
WILD FOLKSAMUEL SCOVILLE
We must hurry away from here before we have hissing geese and quacking ducks bring the guards down on us.
BILLY WHISKERS' ADVENTURESFRANCES TREGO MONTGOMERY
On reaching her mate all this caution would be laid aside, and the two would set up an animated and confidential quacking.
THE BACKWOODSMENCHARLES G. D. ROBERTS
A waterhen called, and a flight of wild duck, quacking softly, flew over the hill.
LIVES OF THE FUR FOLKM. D. HAVILAND
He fancied that he heard a noise as of ducks quacking, in the creek that emptied into the Fork just below the ford.
THE BOY SETTLERSNOAH BROOKS
Immediately afterwards a duck came quacking by within range.
VOYAGES AND TRAVELS OF COUNT FUNNIBOS AND BARON STILKINWILLIAM H. G. KINGSTON
In the middle lay a sort of pool, surrounded by a low hedge of may, in which a troop of quacking ducks were making merry.
DAME CAREHERMANN SUDERMANN
She bends her head back, and draws it close to her body, and waddles about in the greatest haste, quacking all the time.
THE NEST IN THE HONEYSUCKLES, AND OTHER STORIESVARIOUS
More shots followed; and ducks, quacking loudly, fluttered up out of the marshes.
VIRGINIA: THE OLD DOMINIONFRANK W. HUTCHINS AND CORTELLE HUTCHINS
They were a merry set, and such an amount of quacking, cackling and gabbling as they made was seldom heard.
LIPPINCOTT'S MAGAZINE OF POPULAR LITERATURE AND SCIENCE, VOLUME 20. DECEMBER, 1877.VARIOUS
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