[ UK /dˈʌki/ ]
[ US /ˈdəˌki/ ]
  1. a special loved one
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How To Use ducky In A Sentence

  • While a little rubber ducky may suit well for short hops between boats in a snug cove, you may need a tougher, larger, and more seaworthy tender if you cruise to far away places.
  • I guess then it would be re-reclaimed land - better take my inflatable armbands and rubber ducky.
  • The subject of her thoughts, blithely unaware of the future hurtling towards her, was doing a round with Sir Harry Bliss, his registrar -- one Donald Jones, a clutch of worried housemen, and the social worker, a beaky-nosed lady with a heart of gold, known throughout the hospital as Ducky. You Don't Take Names
  • By the way - please tell me they're the kind of jammies with the feet and the little ducky tail sewed onto the seat. The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com
  • I hope you'll have a ducky time with this information!
  • Life has been ducky since she got out of the hospital.
  • It's not your apartment, ducky, unless you've had a sex change operation. SNOWLINE
  • August 14, 2009 at 12:31 pm oh noes – nawt a puppie splort! dees kan git messie sweepea, sweepea da brians inna pyelol rinzes dem wiff sparklin grean tee pats dem inna bak inna brian shaip putz da hedbonze bak inna plaiz appleyes ducky taip anna fresche CHRG reelax ovah heer onna floofy sawft faintin chere wuld yew lyk a hawt ur cauld dwink? Who DARES to - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • Inspector Cockrill did not care for being called ducky by Mr Cecil. Tour de Force
  • Maybe we'll get some more oil and maybe prices go up and everything is just ducky, right?
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