Definition of Ducklings

1. Noun. (plural of duckling) ¹



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Definition of Ducklings

1. duckling [n] - See also: duckling

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ducklings

duckery
duckfooted
duckie
duckier
duckies
duckiest
ducking
ducking and covering
ducking stool
ducking stools
duckings
duckism
duckless
ducklike
duckling
ducklings (current term)
duckmeat
duckmole
duckmoles
duckpin
duckpins
duckpond
duckponds
ducks
ducks and covers
ducks and drakes
ducks on the pond
duckspeak
ducktail
ducktails

Literary usage of Ducklings

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1. Blood of Things: A Second Book of Free Forms by Alfred Kreymborg (1920)
"ducklings Oh wise-eyed duck, waddling like an empress, tell me: Would you be more happy or less happy or not at all happy if you had twelve ducklings, ..."

2. Short Studies in Character by Sophie Willock Bryant (1894)
""UGLY ducklings." I HAVE been asked by several persons what my ugly ducklings are, and some have even suggested that this essay should be called by some ..."

3. Bulletin by Seventh-Day Adventists General Conference. Dept. of Education (1912)
"... cutting, and mounting of ducks, ducklings, frogs, rabbits, birds, or butterflies, so placed as to form a border about the room or above the blackboard. ..."

4. Farmer's Cyclopedia of Live Stock by Earley Vernon Wilcox, Clarence Beaman Smith (1908)
"Scatter this food on the board and place your ducklings on it and they will be busily ... Animal food for ducklings The use of animal food of some kind, ..."

5. The Book of the Farm by Henry Stephens (1852)
"Ducks begin to lay eggs early in the season, as early as February, so it is possible to obtain an early hatching of ducklings, if desired ; but early ..."

6. The Young Cook's Guide, with Practical Observations: A New Treatise on by I. Roberts (1836)
"368—ducklings, with Seville Orange Sauce. Truss two plump fleshy ducklings, with the legs drawn in; roast them rather under-done, then make incisions in the ..."

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