What is the correct spelling for DUCK?

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Correct spellings for DUCK

  • buck "I know a man that's goin' to buck the pool-rooms in New York.
  • deck In the meantime Mr. Bradley cleared the deck for action.
  • dick If she had been, Dick, it would not have been so hard.
  • dock As the boat left the dock, I turned away with some boyish tears in my eyes-and they were bitter tears.
  • duck They returned in the course of a few hours with a hare and an eider-duck.
  • ducky "Stoppin' out all night, ducky?
  • duct 13. What is the bile duct?
  • dunk Marty brought home word at night to the old Day house that Mr. Haley had put up at the Lake View Inn; that he had let two of the older boys try out his motorcycle; that he could pitch a ball that "Dunk" Peters couldn't hit, even though "Dunk" had played one season with the Fitchburg team.
  • dusk The next moment he found himself awake, bolt upright in the icy dusk of his room, listening.
  • huck He is a real boy, as real as Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer.
  • luck Will, I do feel we are all in luck.
  • muck His press agent, Bridgman, was the moving spirit, and one of Colonel Mann's muck-rakers was secretary.
  • puck But even had that goal been awarded to Hammond the game would still have gone to Ferry Hill, for Jack Rogers and Warren, playing together like veterans, took the puck down the rink when play was resumed and shot a goal that couldn't be questioned.
  • ruck The book, if harmless, is about as worthless as a book can be: but it represents, very fairly, the ruck, if not indeed even the main body, of the enormous horde of romances which issued from the press towards the end of the eighteenth century and the beginning of the nineteenth, and which, in their different action on persons of genius, gave us Zastrozzi on the one side and Northanger Abbey on the other.
  • tuck Would Pansy-intolerable thought-cry for Virgie's good-night kiss and tuck-in?
  • Yuck
  • ducks Some ducks flew past and Larry fired.
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