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Duckfoot quote

(printing) a chevron-shaped quotation mark (« or ») used in Europe Also called guillemet


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  • Duck-hawk

    noun 1. a peregrine falcon of the American subspecies Falco peregrinus anatum, noted for its especially swift flight. noun 1. a variety of peregrine falcon, Falco peregrinus anatum, occurring in North America

  • Duckie

    [duhk-ee] /ˈdʌk i/ adjective, duckier, duckiest. 1. 1 . adjective noun Dear one; precious; dearie, ducks: Are you quite ready, duckie? (1819+)

  • Ducking-stool

    noun 1. a former instrument of punishment consisting of a chair in which an offender was tied to be plunged into water. noun 1. (history) a chair or stool used for the punishment of offenders by plunging them into water

  • Duck-legged

    [duhk-leg-id or, esp. British, -legd] /ˈdʌkˌlɛg ɪd or, esp. British, -ˌlɛgd/ adjective 1. having legs that are unusually short: He crept up in a half-crouch that made him look duck-legged.

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