ducking stool

NOUN
  1. an instrument of punishment consisting of a chair in which offenders were ducked in water
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How To Use ducking stool In A Sentence

  • It reminds me of that ducking stool they had for witches. Times, Sunday Times
  • What is sometimes needed in life is a ducking stool. Times, Sunday Times
  • It reminds me of that ducking stool they had for witches. Times, Sunday Times
  • At Kelfield, near Selby, locals got a good soaking in a medieval ducking stool - a star attraction at the annual village feast held on Saturday.
  • What is sometimes needed in life is a ducking stool. Times, Sunday Times
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