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Definition of "quacks" []

  • (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)
  • Plural form of quack. (noun)

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  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of quack. (verb)

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Use "quacks" in a sentence
  • "A close sequence of quacks is the hen mallard distress signal."
  • "That is science, but as for destroying the cancer bacillus they leave that to the physicians whom they call quacks for curing what the professors cannot cure."
  • ""The consequence would be that, as now, anybody who pleases might practise; for the medical world is well aware that there is no power of preventing what they call quacks from practising."