/ (dʌks) /

pl n
  1. clothing made of duck, esp white trousers for sports

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How to use ducks in a sentence

  • At a late term of the Court of Sessions a man was brought up by a farmer, accused of stealing some ducks.

  • She suddenly forgot the ducks and pointed with her whip at the low hills behind her house.

    Ancestors | Gertrude Atherton
  • Under cover of this they crawled towards a large pond on which ducks were resting but by no means asleep.

    Ancestors | Gertrude Atherton
  • A number of peacocks, silver-pheasants, mandarin-ducks, and deer are preserved in their gardens.

  • In rainy weather Hepzebiah wears a blue waterproof with a little hood but the ducks do not need anything like that.

    Seven O'Clock Stories | Robert Gordon Anderson