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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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The Clucking Pig was one of a number of mainly Nottingham-based food and drink firms showcasing their wares for the 350 Pitch@Palace guests to sample.
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Clucking and purring can give the impression of calm, content hens.
I rushed right here when out in the yard it started again, the clucking, my arms flapping.
When she starts clucking normal and doesn't dive for the nesting box, she's cured--sometimes in as little as three days.
Mix your calling with several series of assembly/lost yelps, starting each series with clucking and adding clucking in between your series.
In September, 2012, the Clucking Pig stall at Saltburn witnessed a Guinness World Record when fitness instructor Kevin Hayes ate three pickled eggs in the fastest time ever - 52.
I remember, as a little girl, the sound of clucking chickens that lived at the bottom of our garden.
More than 700 members of the Rooster Madness group strutted through the streets a fortnight ago, clucking for change.
The sound of clucking and gobbling ceased abruptly down the road at Defra, and all of Mr Benn's merry men were shovelled into sealed tracks and taken up to East Anglia to run round like headless chickens.
Alpha Dog'' is sure to inspire much clucking about the wages of neglectful or permissive parenting, and some of that is applicable.
Sitting there clucking like a 'en," Albert reported, "and the little fellow lying dead upstairs.
Previous studies had shown that male chickens make certain clucking noises when they find food.
That clucking makes the chicken the first animal other than primates that's been shown to make sounds that, like words, represent something in the environment, researchers say.
If so, trying to gag a flock of clucking chickens should be an interesting sight.