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Synonyms for cluck

the sound made by a hen (as in calling her chicks)

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make a clucking sounds, characteristic of hens

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Well I'll be clocked if I can make sense of it, and whoever of the council clique of clucks thought it up must be clacked.
If you've busted a bachelor flock, rely on your gobbler yelps and deep gobbler clucks, but call more sparingly.
Accented by a hex nut band around the center, the call has a short barrel and short insert so you can work it with one or two hands and produce equally appealing honks, clucks, moans and comeback calls.
Far from being bird brains, they have developed a complex "language" of clucks.
If you are both ready to deal with all the clucks of 'but you've just met', then go for it.
13 /PRNewswire/ -- Florida residents will have something to cluck about on Saturday, September 15, as Pollo Tropical(R) will provide for free its quarter chicken value meal to any customer wearing yellow from head to toe that "clucks" to the restaurant cashier in honor of National Chicken Lovers' Day
The existence of word-like clucks is not a total surprise to scientists.
For example, he and his colleagues have shown that the particular clucks that chickens give when they find food inspire other chickens to search for it.
Ambrose the rooster keeps watch from the front porch and Elvis the chicken clucks a welcome, while dogs Rover, Kaylee and Madie cluster around the gate.
Oddly enough, when he needs to pad out Cardiff s case for being regarded as a city of some cultural standing, he clucks on about Wales and the Welsh connection like some born-again Dafydd ap Gwilym.
It produces realistic yelps, clucks, purrs, cutts, and gobbles.
SALES rep Jim Smith clucks up the miles in his car - by taking along his pet HEN.
In one song she simultaneously clicks and clucks while humming.
Overhead, early rising mallards made the soft "dug-a, dug-a, dug-a" chuckle and "ka, ka, kuk" clucks.