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Duck & Goose, Honk! Amazon.com Price: $ 14.79 (as of 18:47 PST- Details ) & FREE Shipping. Product prices and availability are accurate as of. Duck, Duck, Goose (also called Duck, Duck, Gray Duck or Daisy in the Dell or Quail, Quail, Quarry sometimes in New Jersey and New England) is a traditional children's game often first learned in preschool or kindergarten.The game may be later adapted on the playground for early elementary students. The object of this game is to walk in a circle, tapping on each player's head until one is.
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1. informal An odd, peculiar, or eccentric person. Usually used after those sorts of modifiers. His new girlfriend is nice enough, but she's a bit of an odd duck, don't you think?Most of my family thinks I'm something of a strange duck. I just like doing things my own unique way, I guess.
2. informal A term of endearment, especially for a loved one. Primarily heard in UK. A: 'Hello, my little duck. How are you?' B: 'Hi, Grandad. I'm fine.'
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1. n. a male urinal bedpan. (Hospitals.) Somebody in room 212 needs a duck.
2. tv. to avoid someone or something. Clare is ducking her responsibility.
4. n. a ticket. (Probably akin to ducats.) Did you buy the ducks early, or do we have to stand in line?
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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