Ducked [verb]

Definition of Ducked:

drop down; avoid

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Sentence/Example of Ducked:

Return the duck to the baking sheet, breast side up, and generously brush the duck with the glaze.

Blistered shishito peppers and daikon, cooked like the leg in duck fat, ramp up the pleasure.

Offerings included tea-smoked duck, prawns a la Sichuan, hot-and-sour soup, soup dumplings and other specialties from China’s provinces.

They are sitting ducks for the next big earthquake, which is likely to hit within the next century.

Occasionally I’d duck into the privacy room to lie down on a yoga mat, but I was always conscious of the risk that someone else might need it more—a new mom who needed to pump, a manager about to have a sensitive conversation.

If a duck took flight immediately after an egg meal, it could travel dozens of kilometers before dropping those eggs, Vincze’s team now suggests.

A boy with a carton of groceries almost ran down Louis, then ducked down into the delivery entrance of the apartment-hotel.

I ducked around the first corner, ran half a block, then slipped down the alley.

Tom poked about amongst the passages, and pretty soon ducked under a wall where you wouldn't a noticed that there was a hole.

Winfree ducked, found one of the dress sabers ignominiously sheathed in snow, and drew it out.