- duck + -like (Wiktionary)
“This provides a lot of low comedy, with Duck acting ducklike, and then transforming into a sopping wet naked tween.”
“Erec thought that they looked very intelligent, for ducklike creatures.”
“A ducklike creature with a black and white head and speckled black and white feathers waddled out of the bushes.”
“The muscovy (Cairina moschata), a unique ducklike species of the South American rainforest, belongs to a small group of waterfowl that perch in trees.”
“Farther out, white-beaked, ducklike birds called coots turn over the floating leaves of water lilies to find tasty snails for their nestlings.”
“More guests followed: a director of educational films and his mistress; a ballet dancer trailed ducklike by his wife.”
“_Ornithorhynchus_ is the better known animal, with its close fur, webbed feet, and flattened ducklike beak, while its only other near relative, the”
“The actors, costumed in late-19th-century garb, create believable animals with just the addition of a bill, a nose, a tail or a hat, and Danielle Daggerty as Rebecca, Jemima's sister, adds a rolling ducklike waddle and posture that are perfect.”
“The mallard, or wild duck, is another one of those critters whose major ecological impact is its breeding abilities - namely it shags everything ducklike (including the dead), until it breeds out all the competition through hybridisation and just generally pumping out baby ducks.”
“It is a phenomenon true of so many human relationships, in which an emotional uplift entirely circumvents say, a nose that is too big or a walk that is too ducklike.”
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