Mr. widgeon and Mr. Redbrook are pushing their way towards the door.
"Fifteen widgeon went off when I returned to the blind," he said, unsmiling.
Duck, widgeon, teal, and snipe; shooting free on Bishop's Mountain and Moenrin.
The widgeon is but a poor diver, while the canvas-back is one of the very best.
Soon a large flight came over, mixed up with mallard and widgeon.
widgeon, run round the corner and call a couple of hansom cabs.
widgeon and teal also are said to be in great plenty here in the wet season.
"And nobody's had the gumption to fight 'em," said Mr. widgeon.
The widgeon has observed him going down; and, calculating to a nicety the spot where he will reappear, seats himself in readiness.
The widgeon and the preserved ginger were as delicious as one could wish.
migratory wild duck, 1510s, perhaps from some variant of French vigeon, which some trace to Latin vipionem (nominative vipio), "a kind of small crane," a Balearic word, perhaps imitative. OED, however, finds all this "very dubious."