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verb as in walk like a duck

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As I head back to the car, I look up and watch the old folks slowly waddle to a nearby building for shelter.

That fact can be confirmed by standing on any street corner in any city of the country and watching Americans waddle by.

One of them got a small ear in its bill and started away on a swift waddle with the rest of the flock trailing behind.

All the duck-kind waddle; divers and auks walk as if fettered, and stand erect on their tails: these are the compedes of Linnæus.

His very walk, for all his drills, was the ponderous waddle of the stage rustic.

Very fat people waddle when they walk, though few of them realize it.

Corey seemed to prick up his ears, and began to waddle rapidly toward the entrance.


On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to waddle, such as: toddle, totter, wiggle, wobble, rock, and shuffle.

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