Definition of Quacking

1. Verb. (present participle of quack) ¹



2. Noun. The sound made by a group of ducks; quacks. ¹

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Definition of Quacking

1. quack [v] - See also: quack

Quacking Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Quacking

quack-quack
quack-salver
quack like a duck
quack medicine
quacked
quacker
quackeries
quackers
quackery
quackhood
quackier
quackiest
quacking (current term)
quackingly
quackings
quackish
quackishly
quackishness
quackism
quackisms
quackle
quackled
quackles
quacklike
quackling
quackmire
quackmires

Literary usage of Quacking

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1. Lincolnsire Churches: An Account of the Churches in the Division of Holland by Stephen Lewin (1843)
"... quacking. " Turrets, spires, And windows, climbing high from base to roof In wide and radiant rows, bespoke its birth, Coeval with those rich cathedral ..."

2. Public opinion and record of educated, titled and talented perpetrators of by Charles William Gregory (1856)
"... was to be purged with fire, nor was it far off, for within nine months more I saw it all lying in ashes ; when, as some of our quacking philosophers ..."

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