quack

person dishonestly claiming to something
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quack

[n] - an untrained person who pretends to be a physician and who dispenses medical advice 2. [n] - the harsh sound of a duck 3. [v] - utter quacking noises 4. [v] - act as a medical quack or a charlatan
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Quack

Quack: 1) A practitioner who suggests the use of substances or devices for the prevention or treatment of disease that are known to be ineffective. 2) A person who pretends to be able to diagnose or heal people, but is unqualified and incompetent.
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Quack

Quack intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Qvacked ; present participle & verbal noun Quacking .] [ Of imitative origin; confer Dutch kwaken , German quacken , quaken , Icelandic kvaka to twitter.]...
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Quack

Quack noun 1. The cry of the duck, or a sound in imitation of it; a hoarse, quacking noise. Chaucer. 2. [ Confer Quacksalver .] A boastful pretender to medical skill; an empiric; an ignorant practitioner. 3. Hence, one who boastfully pretends to skill or knowledg...
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Quack

Quack adjective Pertaining to or characterized by, boasting and pretension; used by quacks; pretending to cure diseases; as, a quack medicine; a quack doctor.
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quack

Pertaining to or characterised by, boasting and pretension; used by quacks; pretending to cure diseases; as, a quack medicine; a quack doctor. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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quack

noun the harsh sound of a duck
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quack

noun an untrained person who pretends to be a physician and who dispenses medical advice
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quack

(kwak) one who misrepresents ability and experience in diagnosis and treatment of disease or the effects to be achieved by treatment.
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Quack

• (n.) The cry of the duck, or a sound in imitation of it; a hoarse, quacking noise. • (v. i.) To act the part of a quack, or pretender. • (v. i.) To make vain and loud pretensions; to boast. • (n.) Hence, one who boastfully pretends to skill or knowledge of any kind not possessed; a charlatan. • (v. i.) To utter a sound li...
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quack

Type: Term Pronunciation: kwak Synonyms: charlatan
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Quack

[horse] Quack (1969–1995) was an American Thoroughbred racehorse who holds the world record for a three-year-old with the fastest mile and a quarter ever run on dirt. He was sired by T.V. Lark, the 1961 American Champion Male Turf Horse, and out of the mare Quillon, a daughter of the outstanding Champion broodmare sire Princequillo. Quack...
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Quack

Quack is slang for a doctor.
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Quack

Quack is slang for a doctor.
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Quack

A fraudulent or ignorant pretender to medical skill....
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