Definition of Ducked

1. Verb. (past of duck) ¹



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Definition of Ducked

1. duck [v] - See also: duck

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ducked

duck test
duck tests
duck typing
duck viral enteritis
duck viral hepatitis
duckarsed
duckbill
duckbilled
duckbilled platypus
duckbills
duckboard
duckboards
duckburger
duckburgers
ducked (current term)
ducked and covered
ducker
duckeries
duckers
duckery
duckfooted
duckie
duckier
duckies
duckiest
ducking
ducking and covering
ducking stool
ducking stools

Literary usage of Ducked

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1. Our Mutual Friend by Charles ( Dickens (1865)
"Therefore, not to bo remiss in his duty as a father, he threw a pair of sea-boots at Pleasant, which she ducked to avoid, and then cried, poor thing, ..."

2. The Life of Benvenuto Cellini by Benvenuto Cellini, John Addington Symonds (1889)
"He ducked his head, so that the mud hit him in the middle of the skull. There was a stone in it with several sharp angles, one of which striking him, ..."

3. The Barrister: Being Anecdotes of the Late Tom Nolan of the New York Bar by Charles Frederick Stansbury (1902)
"... Nolan ducked to Avoid a Blast. POLICE COMMISSIONER SEXTON, Barrister Nolan and Register Fromme were walking across the golf links at Deal, New Jersey, ..."

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