Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a flat, metallic quality, resembling the quack of a duck: said of the voice.
- Suited to a quack; quackish; using the methods of quackery.
“Outside, in the night, the duck-billed herbivores curled together beneath the oaks and succumbed to quacky, snoring slumber.”
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“The one I saw featured random rape in a parking lot and unbelivably quacky freudian dream analysis involving dogs and soda machines.”
“A lot of quacky products end up targeting conditions that people have a hard time with and where the medical options aren't great - irritable bowel syndrome, cancer, migraines, weight loss.”
“I know this sounds real quacky but they did some mysterious good to the problem and I feel fine.”
“These are the same ducks quacking the same quacky tune.”
“One broker described the length of time it took the place to sell as "quacky.”
“Trot kept quiet, after the rebuke, and the Duck resumed the quacky muttering.”
“Even weirder explanations arose, like meteorologist Ebenezer Miriam's hilariously quacky quote in The New York Times.”
“However, severe calorie restriction, diet fads, pills and potions, detox cleanses and other quacky approaches to weight loss only contribute to people's diet failures and, in fact, may increase the likelihood of regaining even more weight than what was lost -- if any," Heller added.”
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