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Definition of "quack-quack" []

  • (of a duck) to utter a harsh guttural sound (verb)
  • To make a noise like a duck (verb)
  • The harsh guttural sound made by a duck (noun)
  • Child's word for a duck (noun)

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Use "quack-quack" in a sentence
  • "My one-year-old made the 'quack-quack' sound when he saw it, which can only mean that he thinks it's a cat, too."
  • "There's none of that clickety-click, quack-quack stuff which we'd been practising all day."
  • "And then he got really upset and was all, 'Geese don't say quack-quack!"
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