Definitions

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  • noun A pond that is populated by ducks.

Etymologies

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duck +‎ pond

Examples

  • For instance, the first draft of the children's classic Mr Tickle is rumoured to climax with the hitherto cheery long-armed orange blobman horrifically molesting a cow from the other side of a duckpond, just because he can.

    Jonathan Franzen's Freedom has been pulped. MORE HEADLINE TO GO HERE

  • I did like his explanations for everyday work slang like the “duckpond” in “Tight-Assed River.”

    Uncommon Carriers by John McPhee

  • Only Roger could have been behind the mishap on the duckpond, and she knew she wanted no more such “mishaps” happening to her.

    In the Hand of the Goddess

  • Only Roger could have been behind the mishap on the duckpond, and she knew she wanted no more such “mishaps” happening to her.

    In the Hand of the Goddess

  • Only Roger could have been behind the mishap on the duckpond, and she knew she wanted no more such “mishaps” happening to her.

    In the Hand of the Goddess

  • Only Roger could have been behind the mishap on the duckpond, and she knew she wanted no more such “mishaps” happening to her.

    In the Hand of the Goddess

  • Only Roger could have been behind the mishap on the duckpond, and she knew she wanted no more such “mishaps” happening to her.

    In the Hand of the Goddess

  • Soon they were in a big farmyard, with hens pecking around them, and ducks swimming on a round duckpond.

    Five Go To Billycock Hill

  • As if to reward us for this dashing affair, a gust of wind blew aside the fog; the sun gleamed again; and Williamstadt, the French camp, the covering force formed in columns and waiting for us, and the whole country to the horizon, green as a duckpond, and altogether as smooth, burst on our view.

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 56, Number 347, September, 1844

  • Then Joscelyn drew herself up to full height, and pointing with her arm straight across the duckpond she cried:

    Martin Pippin in the Apple Orchard

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