dead duck

NOUN
  1. something doomed to failure
    as theories go, that's a dead duck
    he finally admitted that the legislation was a dead duck
    the idea of another TV channel is now a dead duck
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How To Use dead duck In A Sentence

  • Thanks to the lack of market research, the project was a dead duck right from the start.
  • the dog pointed the dead duck
  • Competition climbing is laughable in this country, and is probably a dead duck anyway.
  • he finally admitted that the legislation was a dead duck
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  • The government is a dead duck.
  • Whether voters are bored, confused or scared of losing popular services, it seems to be a dead duck.
  • No enemy fighters sighted - thank God - because a straggler is a dead duck. Ray J. Dunphy
  • If he's not here on time, he's a dead duck.
  • The plan is a dead duck: there's no money.
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