"No," she admitted, ducking her head.
He walked around to the driver's side, ducking his head as he folded his long frame into the car.
Tammy regarded her suspiciously, ducking her head shyly.
Can't you just picture them swimming around on that pond, ducking their heads gracefully to feed.
"I'll get the car started," Howie said as he beat a hasty retreat outside, thereby ducking any chance of interrogation and leaving behind four bewildered minds, seething with curiosity.
Instead of ducking into the ladies' room, she pushed through the back entrance, which emptied out into a dark, rainy alley.
They're acting out some bizarre kid's story for the cancer kids, Han said, ducking his head into the office.
She went to him, ducking out of the paths of a few Guardians.
Ducking her head, she buried her face in the nape of his neck again.
She swung the boulder up, ducking as it slapped the side of the cliff just short of the ledge and fell back to her.
She tucked the small box into her jeans pocket and covered the bulge with her sweater, ducking into the bathroom to hide it before rejoining Ully for their small lunch.
Evelyn was the queen of handling crowds, but Kiera could think of nothing more than ducking into a safe corner and staying there with her back to the wall.
"I'll tell the boss," one said, ducking out of the tent.
"Here's her shit," Dan said, ducking into the tent.
"One for your stuff and one to sit on," Kelli explained, ducking into one such room and holding up the blanket acting as a door for Lana to enter.
"Well," Carmen said, ducking her head.
"I'm sorry," she said, ducking her head to avoid a branch as she walked under it.
"I did nothing to them, ikir," she said, ducking her head in typical sign of respect.
Jenn stumbled forward and then ran, jumping over fallen trees and ducking flying debris.
He moved swiftly, ducking down and grabbing her ankle.
Some horses, good performers over any description of fence, will not jump water under any circumstances; while the chance of a ducking deters many from riding at it; and, however bold the horse may be, he will soon refuse water if his rider be perpetually in two minds when approaching it.
In 1301 his grandson and namesake granted to East Looe a market and fair, view of frank pledge, ducking stool and pillory and assize of bread and ale.
This ducking was the very thing he needed.