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quack in Colours & sounds topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishquackquack1 /kwæk/ verb [intransitive]  CHBAto make the sound a duck makes→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
quackShe began a frantic quacking at the moment that Cyril got his two hands around her.Young kids used to quack at us as we went past.The water is full of thrashing, quacking excitement.He gobbled, be quacked, grunted, swallowed syllables.About a dozen mallard ducks were sleeping on the sand or quacking in a subdued manner under the dock.Clearly, enough investors think that Donald Duck will quack on into the twenty-second century!One wing's shredded, one's flapping, it's quacking up a storm.