What is the past tense of quack?

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The past tense of quack is quacked.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of quack is quacks.

The present participle of quack is quacking.

The past participle of quack is quacked.

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It looked like a news report, and quacked like a news report.
He may as well have quacked like a duck, because I don't hear a word he's saying.
A duck quacked its verdict from the tall grass.
He'd seen fire and he'd seen rain... My back was quacked from softball — a torqued swing had sent me into a cataclysmic spasm — and I couldn't haul the pony keg up from the basement.
We strolled up a steep street, where wild ducks quacked for food outside a shop, and into a quiet garden.
They sat at the edge of the lake where a bunch of ducks came up and quacked at them.

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