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quackingPart of speech: Noun Usage examples "quacking":
- Wild fowl, quacking hordes of them, nest in the tulares. - "The Land Of Little Rain", Mary Hunter Austin.
- The ducks were quacking and waddling all over the yard, and the pigeons fluttered about. - "A Northern Countryside", Rosalind Richards.
- After the plover came the ducks in myriads, filling the ponds and flashets of the vast barrens with tumultuous quacking; and the young wolves learned, like the foxes, to decoy the silly birds by rousing their curiosity. - "Northern Trails, Book I.", William J. Long.