verb (used with object)
Origin of quack2
Related formsquack·ish, adjectivequack·ish·ly, adverbquack·ish·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for quacker
Why, she walked right out on the little beach just below Reddy and in plain sight of Quacker!
As he crept along, Reddy wondered if it could be that for once Quacker had come ashore.
Now Quacker the Wild Duck is the last one in the world you would expect to be led into trouble by curiosity.
Now it just happened that at that very minute Quacker chanced to look that way.
And all the time she didn't pay the least attention to Quacker the Duck.
British Dictionary definitions for quacker (1 of 2)
Word Origin for quack
British Dictionary definitions for quacker (2 of 2)
- an unqualified person who claims medical knowledge or other skills
- (as modifier)a quack doctor