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  • n. Plural form of duckpond.


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  • You looked so sorry because sailors only sail round duckponds, when you thought they always sailed out by the West and home by the East.

    Martin Pippin in the Apple Orchard

  • At the beginning of their acquaintance her interest in Markham had not been unlike that of the motherly hen in the doings of the newly hatched duckling with which she differed as to the practical utility of duckponds.


  • He was switched off in mid-sentence by the male presenter who went on to make some snide comments about "Tories claiming for their duckponds".

    Guy Fawkes' blog

  • The great majority of such claims and housing flipping and duckponds, bookcases and enormous plasma TVs were APPROVED by this mysterious and shadowy office and I suppose there’s the get out for these slippery, egregiously mendacious and deeply dishonourable scumbags.

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