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Walk with the body in a squatting posture.‘lowering himself off the bench, he duckwalked toward the stern’
toddle, dodder, wobble, totter, shambleView synonyms
- ‘I sneered and scowled, windmilled and duckwalked, picked and plucked.’
A walk with the body in a squatting posture.
- ‘I can't think of a single guitarist I've ever known in my life that didn't do the duckwalk given half a chance.’
- ‘It would be easier for him to run slowly backwards in a sort of Chuck Berry duckwalk.’
- ‘He's still doing that duckwalk!’
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