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cluck

and kluck (klək)
n. a stupid person; a person as stupid as a chicken. Why did they send me a dumb cluck to do this work? You silly kluck! Why’d you do that?

dumb cluck

n. a stupid oaf; a person as stupid as a chicken. Sally is not a dumb cluck, but she is sort of slow.
See also: cluck, dumb
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Cluck indicated that the CENTURY 21 brand in France still has strong growth opportunities.
If you've busted a bachelor flock, rely on your gobbler yelps and deep gobbler clucks, but call more sparingly.
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When the chicken began wandering over to his house, his neighbour said he could kill it because it wasn't producing any eggs, but Murawska felt sorry for Cluck Cluck because she had a mutated foot and decided to keep her.
When Cluck took over the Special Operations Research, Development and Acquisition Center (SORDAC), he had three goals* push decision-making to the lowest level, improve communication with industry and accelerate the process.
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.
The existence of word-like clucks is not a total surprise to scientists.
Cluck explained said some of the shots fired were for registration, "zeroing the rifle" to make certain that the 155-millimeter weapon is on target when it delivers its brand of fury.
Karns and Mayor Cluck are also very proud to announce that this store opening has created over 65 new jobs
The new Cluck 'n Moo(TM) Burger with Kale retains the flavor and juiciness of the original Cluck 'n Moo(TM) Burger while incorporating the nutritional benefits of kale, providing consumers a healthy and satisfying alternative to a typical calorie-filled beef burger.
Cluck, SOCOM's acquisition executive and director of the Special Operations Research, Development and Acquisition Center, was asked at an NDIA breakfast whether the possibility of sequestration was spoken about in the halls of SOCOM's Tampa, Fla.
Not a great deal happens but the delight is in the detail as the ancient but arch women bicker over who should control the television, cluck over Gianni's lack of a wife and fret over what they'll have for lunch.
The only previous experimental study of specific information in bird alarm calls found that chickens cluck warnings for danger from above that differ from warnings for danger on the ground.
So many DREs talk about parents coming to them desiring to learn alongside their young children, and cluck about what a shame it is that this generation was "lost.
The seller, Larry Wallace, acquired the land from Pete Esch, Edwin Cluck and Dale Nichols in January 1978 through Rodney Parham Development for $88,000 ($3.