duckie

[duhk-ee]
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adjective, duck·i·er, duck·i·est.


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Examples from the Web for duckie

Contemporary Examples of duckie

  • Meanwhile, Diane Von Furstenberg and Duckie Brown punched up their respective shows with poppom hats.

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    Head Over Heels for Hats

    The Daily Beast

    February 20, 2009

Historical Examples of duckie

  • But Duckie did not move, resting his back against Gyp's shin-bones.

    Beyond

    John Galsworthy

  • A nice thing to catch my duckie in your hands—what next, I wonder!'

    The Purple Land

    W. H. Hudson

  • With some difficulty they hoisted Duckie into a cab and sent her off to Bloomsbury.

    A Bed of Roses

    W. L. George

  • You wouldn't deceive your Honeybunch, would you, Duckie Doodums?

    Old Gorgon Graham

    George Horace Lorimer

  • "You're tired, duckie," the old mother said, aware of a difference and vaguely anxious.

    A Humble Enterprise

    Ada Cambridge