Origin of quack1
Other definitions for quack (2 of 2)
Origin of quack2
OTHER WORDS FROM quackquackish, adjectivequack·ish·ly, adverbquack·ish·ness, noun
How to use quack in a sentence
Quacker drummed his prettiest—“Quack-quack, quack-quack, quack-quack!”
Wonderful woman, our Quacker, said the Ass, Ill have a shilling each way on her.Modern marriage and how to bear it|Maud Churton Braby
With a lighter heart Whiteling sought friend Quacker and begged his friendly aid.
And all the time she didn't pay the least attention to Quacker the Duck.
Now it just happened that at that very minute Quacker chanced to look that way.
British Dictionary definitions for quack (1 of 2)
Word Origin for quack
British Dictionary definitions for quack (2 of 2)
- an unqualified person who claims medical knowledge or other skills
- (as modifier)a quack doctor