No doubt the ducking was often roughly and cruelly carried out.
She needs a ducking, if ever woman did, does that Bridget Fitzgerald.'
Such characters were also taken to the ducking stool and thoroughly doused in the water.
I did so, ducking under Force's arm and hastening to my chamber.
The water was but a couple of feet deep at the place, so that there was nothing for them but a fright and a ducking.
I pushed it open and stepped into the lock, ducking my head.
They would work on the safe from four to six hours, and finally blow it open with a fine grade of ducking powder.
Indeed, I am inclined to think he was much the better of his ducking.
He never struck once, contenting himself with covering up, blocking and ducking and clinching to avoid punishment.
Ducking promptly I heard the curtain-rings jar, and: 'Thick as ever.'
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