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Definition of "clucking" [cluck•ing]

  • Present participle of cluck. (verb)
  • The action of the verb cluck. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "clucking" in a sentence
  • "The GOP shop watch, and understand the American landscape before they begin clucking victory in front of the farmer who holds the axe (in the voting booth of course)."
  • "The noisy laughter of Lina was alone sufficiently shrill to ring out with its joyous note above every kind of clucking, chirping, hooting, whistling, and cooing."
  • "I could not help but feel a little sorry for one of the guards; however for as we passed through fairly large cities which had received heavy bomb damage - whole sections of gutted buildings could be seen from the train - he would just shake his head and make little "clucking" sounds."