noun, plural mal·lards, (especially collectively) mal·lard.
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It launches with an amusing ruse: Bond makes his entrance swimming underwater, disguised by a mallard he wears as a hat.Best James Bond Opening Sequences: ‘Goldeneye’ & More (VIDEO)|Kevin Fallon|October 4, 2012|DAILY BEAST
His reverie was interrupted by the arrival of a fine mallard, which was bagged without delay.Gold-Seeking on the Dalton Trail|Arthur R. Thompson
The Fern Fly—dubbed with the fur from a hare's neck, which is of a fern colour, wings dark grey feather of mallard.
The Camel Brown—dubbed with old brownish hair, with red silk, wings dark grey feather from mallard.
The Dark Brown—dubbed with the brown hair of a cow, and the grey feather of a Mallard for wings.
The Great Whirling Dun—dubbed with squirrels fur, for wings, grey feather of mallard.