Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of duckie.
  • n. Plural form of ducky.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Explornatura, a Turrialba tour operator, offers a half-dozen treks around the area ranging from "canyoning" (rappelling cliffs and waterfalls) to shooting the rapids in "duckies" (inflatable kayaks).

    Bob Schulman: Look! Up in the Sky! It's a Bird... It's a Plane... No, It's a Tourist!

  • I lived for the most part in the deeps of the earth, searching for the treasure of a life, to find everywhere, in English duckies and guggs,

    The Purple Cloud

  • In the oar boat, we could lean back and let the oarsman do all of the work; in the paddle boat, we had to paddle (ergo the name); and in the inflatable kayaks, (also called "duckies") we were essentially on our own, getting buffeted by every wave as we bounced through the rapids, paddling like crazy to keep from getting dunked in the cold water.

    Don Mankin: White Water Rafting And Fine Dining On The Rogue River

  • Yesterday we went rafting in small two man "duckies" and pulled over at a waterfall to "funnel" or "free fall" the waterfall.

    Archive 2007-06-01

  • If he used the term "duckies" I would give considerable less wieght to what he has to say.

    Cryptomundo

  • Her shower curtain hooks are bright yellow duckies, which I gave her.

    Dear Clusterflock | clusterflock

  • Best day ever, which I kind of don't want to talk about too much because it will take the shine off, but there was an eagle at lunch, and sunset over Puget Sound, and a sculpture garden, and geeky writer bonding, and devil duckies, and Seattle hugs and New York smooches.

    tourism deathmarch, North American Pacific Rim version.

  • Those were very nearly nabbed as I was unpacking the box, and only quick action saved the poor duckies from ducknapping!

    Loot! – Heuristic

  • Not only do I have a signed copy of Mad Kestrel, which you all should rush out and purchase (strong female lead, magic, pirates!), but Misty threw in goodies - pirate stickers, a bandana, and best of all, pirate duckies!

    Loot! – Heuristic

  • Kurt Wilberding/The Wall Street Journal A navy blue cape over a mermaid tail dress accented with a period-style bathing cap and a necklace made out of rubber duckies—yes rubber duckies.

    Thom Browne's Flapper Fête

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