duck's egg

NOUN
  1. (cricket) a score of nothing by a batsman
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How To Use duck's egg In A Sentence

  • The duck's egg of "Heidao" is used the famous duck of Heidao area Heidao blue duck, its duck's egg is bloated by traditional formula and scientific method.
  • A bit flavoury -- not bad, I mean -- but with something of the taste of a duck's egg. The Country of the Blind, and Other Stories
  • However, one of the Everton lads has a carbuncle on his neck the size of a duck's egg.
  • Duck, in this idiom is short for duck's egg, a British variant of goose egg, meaning ` zero '(or nil, as the British prefer to express it in scoring). VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol IV No 3
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