verb (used without object)
to walk like a duck, as with legs apart and feet turned outward.
To move forward while squatting on one’s haunches: Maybe that reporter should duck-walk up Olympia ski hill (1930s+)
[duhk-weed] /ˈdʌkˌwid/ noun 1. any plant of the family Lemnaceae, especially of the genus Lemna, comprising small aquatic plants that float free on still water. /ˈdʌkˌwiːd/ noun 1. any of various small stemless aquatic plants of the family Lemnaceae, esp any of the genus Lemna, that have rounded leaves and occur floating on still water […]
[duhk-ee] /ˈdʌk i/ adjective, duckier, duckiest. Informal. 1. fine; excellent; wonderful. 2. darling; charming; cute. [duhk-ee] /ˈdʌk i/ noun, plural duckies. British Slang. 1. (used as a term of endearment or familiarity) dear; sweetheart; darling; pet. /ˈdʌkɪ/ noun (pl) duckies 1. (Brit) darling or dear: used as a term of endearment among women, but now […]
[dy-kaw-mœn] /dü kɔˈmœ̃/ noun 1. Élie [ey-lee] /eɪˈli/ (Show IPA), 1833–1906, Swiss author: Nobel Peace Prize 1902.
[duhkt] /dʌkt/ noun 1. any tube, canal, pipe, or conduit by which a fluid, air, or other substance is conducted or conveyed. 2. Anatomy, Zoology. a tube, canal, or vessel conveying a body fluid, especially a glandular secretion or excretion. 3. Botany. a cavity or vessel formed by elongated cells or by many cells. 4. […]