quacker

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quacker

(ˈkwækə)
n
informal someone who or something which quacks
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THIS week in 1996, Boro enjoyed a good start to the season thanks to a hat-trick from a certain Italian striker, while people went quackers at Teesside white water course and boxers defended their sport.
QUACKERS Pedestrians and drivers got stuck when a farmer moved his 5,000 ducks in Taizhou, eastern China
Quackers the Duck has a problem and he doesn't know what to do.
7HOWARD 7 HOWARD THE DUCK (1986) NOBODY went quackers over this movie about a cigar-smoking talking duck.
JOIN the ducks and go quackers at RSPB Burton Mere Wetlands, near Neston, as the RSPB's newest nature reserve gets ready for Christmas and lays on a feast of festive family activities.
THIS little duck is going quackers over mealworm treats served by hand.
Around 5,000 of the plastic quackers went beak to beak in a contest to see which would be the first to pass under the Gateshead Millennium Bridge in the Port of Tyne Duck Race, yesterday afternoon.
Alan, 79, was a TV regular for decades, clocking up appearances on variety shows, as well as having his own children's series, Tich And Quackers.
GO quackers and cheer on the ducks at Roath Park Lake tomorrow.
DUBLIN went QUACKERS yesterday when 150,000 plastic ducks took part in a record-breaking race.
Birders, as birdwatchers like to call themselves, spent the early morning hours Saturday watching, listening and documenting the city's flying, feathered creatures from the whistlers to the quackers, to the songbirds and chirpers.
Now they are safe and I can get a good night's sleep, knowing nothing can harm our box of quackers.