(also Aylesbury duck)
noun (plural Aylesburys)
A domestic duck of a breed with white plumage.
More example sentences
- It was also introduced to Europe and the famous Aylesbury duck of England is, if not exactly the same variety, a very close approximation.
- The ducks, from Silver and Apricot Call Ducks to Muscovies and of course his champion Aylesburys, appear to be in heaven.
- Keith runs an organic smallholding and keeps free range hens and these Aylesbury duck.