Ducking: What action the man on the moon can be found doing when comets pass the perilune.

Paddling: A common occurrence the hagiologist notes many saints observe during baptisms.

Quacking: Doc sees cod. Then, duck turns jelly. Finally, pal in the Rome says, “Italians dressing can be shy, but palindromes provide pep.”

Fleet: Steely ones will leave one up in arms, but heterochromatic ones—regarding their feather hues—flock together. ; )

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