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Use "quacking" in a sentence
"I swear Frank sometimes imitates the rhythm, if not the sounds, of human speech, by "quacking" - "wak wak wak, wak wak wak wak wak"."
"I suppose on one level it’s useful to emphasize that, whatever else you think about ID, it ain’t science; on the other hand there comes a point where it’s also useful to call the quacking, waddling, swimming bird a duck."
"I pictured so many quacking canards, in chorus, but this didn't seem to be the right translation, for why would Jean-Marc suggest that the manager do something she was already doing (quacking)?"