To be sure, she always stopped in a good place, like the edge of Cedar Swamp, where she could duck out of sight if need be.
You intended to rig a scheme so that you could duck out from under.
I wouldn't leave him a chance to duck out o' this because I wouldn't tell nobody where we was goin'.
In fact, I am going to show you how to make a duck out of it.
"Tried to duck out the back door," the deputy explained to his brother officers.
Barely did the pair have time to duck out of sight behind a boulder before he approached.
She had turned away and was watching a duck out on the lake.
If Archie got the express company's money—en hit sorta looks like he did—he was smart enough to 'duck out' with hit.
Ralph took his way down Main Street, feeling, as he expressed it, a good deal like a duck out of water.
The duck out here don't seem to mind small shot at a hundred or two hundred yards more than they do at home!