Yesterday, when I was a ducky Backstage Assistant for the second performance of the ducky Arlington Children’s Theater (ACT) production of Henry IV, Part 1 (starring my ducky boy, Aaron), one of the ACTors, with the ducky name Racer, showed me these pictures of his ducky collection:
I think it’s about ducky time for a ducky definition of “ducky” from ducky Merriam-Webster.
Simple Definition of ducky
: very pleasing, delightful, or attractive
Full Definition of ducky
1 darling, cute <a ducky little tearoom>
2 satisfactory, fine <everything is just ducky>
Examples of ducky in a sentence
<if you don’t want to come, that’s just ducky with me>
First Known Use of ducky
Rhymes with ducky
lucky, mucky, plucky, sucky, yucky
It’s interesting to me that most of the words that rhyme with ducky mean the opposite of ducky.
According to your plucky and lucky blogger, the weather yesterday was neither sucky, yucky, nor mucky. It was ducky.
After I took those luckily ducky photos, Aaron picked out a ducky tux for a prom he’s luckily and pluckily attending next week in ducky Arlington Massachusetts.
The experience was especially ducky because Paschal
was duckily attentive, helpful, and kind. Aaron and I thought it was very ducky that Paschal is graduating law school on the same day as Aaron’s prom, next Friday. Paschal thought it very ducky that Aaron will be lucky enough to be attending a ducky university for four years in non-sucky Edinburgh, Scotland.
One of the most ducky ACTors appearing in that plucky production of Henry IV, Part 1 is Katie, who was one of two ducky Falstaffs.
I was lucky enough to capture Katie pluckily demonstrating her ducky fat suit before last night’s performance. I can’t tell you, for certain, whether everybody in Henry IV, Part 1 was ducky, mucky, sucky, or yucky on stage last night, because I was backstage the entire time. Based on the first night’s performance, though, I assume everybody was quite ducky.
Before I share the rest of all the ducky, mucky, plucky, sucky, and/or yucky photos I took yesterday, here’s a ducky song.
Does anything in today’s post seem especially lucky, mucky, plucky, sucky, yucky, or ducky to you?
Thanks from lucky me to all those who were plucky enough to help me create this ducky post and to you — of course! — for being ducky enough to read it.