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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of duckwalk.


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  • Ajanian duckwalked up to the front of the cabin, removed his cap Pender had been right about the comb-over, put on a headset with a microphone, conferred briefly with whoever was at the other end, then put his hat back on and duckwalked back to his deputies.


  • I duckwalked out of the little alcove where he lay, scuttled back to Quinn.

    All Together Dead

  • I crouched and duckwalked over to the huge picture window.

    Grave Surprise

  • I went into a crouch and duckwalked ludicrously between the lanes, splashing through icy slop, doing my best to shield my legs under the skirts of the anorak.

    Sagittarius Whorl

  • He duckwalked over to the table and angled his head down until he was eye level with the surface.

    The Alibi

  • Cashel duckwalked slowly down the spillway, keeping his eyes on the flat bottom so that he wouldn't miss anything unusual.

    Lord of the Isles

  • So, crouching down beneath the level of the lowest metal shelves, he duckwalked forward until he had an excellent vantage point.

    Fat Tuesday

  • Tim kept his eyes to the left as he dropped to a squatting position and duckwalked.

    Destiny's Road

  • Keeping low, I duckwalked across the room, scooped and pressed the cat to my chest, then strained for further sounds.

    206 BONES

  • He was duckwalking across the stage somewhere around the 44th minute, checked his watch, and duckwalked off-stage, having met his contracted stagetime.

    Word Magazine - Comments


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