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  • n. Plural form of duckling.


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  • 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.

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  • Gail, The ducklings were the cutest, softest things ever.

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  • 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.

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  • The behavior of the ducklings is a good indicator whether brooding temperature is correct.

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  • 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.

    The Diary of a Goose Girl

  • Most people as infants and then children, pick up oral language as easily as young ducklings take to the water.

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  • Reuters IN THE MIDDLE: A worker napped near ducklings at a farm on the outskirts of Jiaxing, Zhejiang Province, China, Tuesday.

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  • Of course, even underground ugly ducklings have loyal fans.

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  • They might be ugly ducklings on the verge of transformation into swans.

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  • I wonder if she'll thank the ducklings from "Far Away Home?"

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