- n. Plural form of duckling.
“So I can't show you a picture of the utterly irresistable ducklings, which is just as well, because if I did, you'd all collapse into swoons and be found hours later in puddles of drool, which isn't good for the economy.”
“Gail, The ducklings were the cutest, softest things ever.”
“The first unfavourable impression of his punting was soon effaced; he could nickname ducklings very amusingly, create boats out of wooden splinters, and stalk and fly from imaginary tigers in the orchard with a convincing earnestness that was surely beyond the power of any other human being.”
“The behavior of the ducklings is a good indicator whether brooding temperature is correct.”
“I find that at night she stands by the pond for what she considers a decent, self-respecting length of time, calling the ducklings out of the water; then, if they refuse to come, the mother goes off to bed and leaves them to Providence, or Phoebe.”
“Most people as infants and then children, pick up oral language as easily as young ducklings take to the water.”
“Reuters IN THE MIDDLE: A worker napped near ducklings at a farm on the outskirts of Jiaxing, Zhejiang Province, China, Tuesday.”
“Of course, even underground ugly ducklings have loyal fans.”
“They might be ugly ducklings on the verge of transformation into swans.”
“I wonder if she'll thank the ducklings from "Far Away Home?”
Looking for tweets for ducklings.