Duck soup: an easy task, or someone easy to overcome.

Duck out: leave hurriedly or secretly; evade responsibility.

Ducky: charming; delightful

Duck down: move your head or body downwards to avoid being hit or seen

Duckboat: a low-lying flat-bottomed boat used by duck hunters

Duckling: a young duck

Ducks in a row (get one’s):  get one’s affairs in order or organized.

Duck into: quickly go into a certain location.

Duck in crickets: when a batsman gets out without scoring a single run

Duck butter: sweat and other substances that gather near the genitals.

Duck and weave: to duck means to squat quickly, and to weave is to move in a side-to-side motion quickly.

Duck to water (take like a): to discover when you start to do something for the first time that you have a natural ability to do it:

Duckboard: a board consisting of a number of wooden slats joined together, placed so as to form a path over muddy ground or in a trench.

Duckbill: an animal with jaws resembling a duck’s bill

Duck confit: a French dish made with the whole duck.

Duck curve: a graph of power production over the course of a day that shows the timing imbalance between peak demand and renewable energy production.

Duck call: sound made, usually by a woman, during the act of fellatio when the penis is repeatedly crammed deep into the throat.

Duckduckgo (DDG): a general search engine designed to protect user privacy, while avoiding the skewing of search results that can happen because of personalized search (sometimes referred to as a filter bubble).

Duck face: an exaggerated pouting expression in which the lips are thrust outwards, typically made by a person posing for a photograph.

Duck fluff: informal dear or darling used as a term of endearment

Duck footed: having splayfoot; habitually standing or walking with the ends of the feet angled outward.

Duck hunt: the pursuit and killing or capture of wild animals regarded as a sport.

Duck and cover: a method of personal protection against the effects of a nuclear explosion.

Duck on a rock: a game in which each player places a stone on a rock for other players to try to knock off before retrieving their own stones without getting tagged by the first player.

Duckspeak: speak without thinking

Ducks and drakes: a game of throwing flat stones so that they skim along the surface of water.

Duckwalk: a walk with the body in a squatting posture-a form of locomotion performed by assuming a low partial squatting position and walking forwards, maintaining the low stance.

Duck’s walk: turn your feet away from each other and take short clumsy steps that make you swing unsteadily from side to side.

Duckweed: flowering aquatic plants which float on or just beneath the surface of still or slow-moving bodies of fresh water and wetlands.

Whistling duck: a long-legged duck with an upright stance and a whistling call, often perching on branches.

Sitting duck: a person or thing with no protection against an attack or other source of danger.

Stud duck: a sexy male that happens to be a quack.

Swamp duck: someone who can’t be trusted

Puddle duck: a female with exceedingly low standards.

Silent duck: the shape made by the hand during fisting

Duck canvas: a heavy, plain woven cotton fabric.



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