Clucking in a sentence as a noun

There was much wagging of fingers and clucking of tongues about this "American way".

People who've never had to suffer from bad/no credit really need to examine this before clucking judgmentally.

For what it's worth, I find this genre of tongue-clucking more unnecessary, negative, and distracting.

If you really screw up badly, your wife will leave you, your friends won't return your calls and will refer to you only in hushed tones clucking about "what a shame it is".

As I write this, my backyard flock is happily clucking around my ankles, eating spiders and bugs from the vegetables growing in my garden.

The Squirrel Sighters, as they were called, spent 20 minutes per count searching for furry subjects, looking up in the trees and down in the bushes, and listening to the clawing and clucking sounds they make.

The work isn't that interesting, and the compensation is to a certain degree adjusted more highly to compensate people for walking around in suits and clucking their tongues all day.

You called anyone who believed in any form of gun control a coward and traitor, clucking with disappointment and condescending to them that "Those who would give up essential Liberty to purchase a bit of safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.

One of the other things "you can't say in Silicon Valley" is that black people are only fit to be slaves to white people, but if anyone's out there shaking their heads and clucking their tongues about how great it'd be to be able to say that if it weren't for those terrible lefty PC liberals always SJWing up the place, do you wanna be associated with them?

I can see the influence packaging has on his thinking - chicken nuggets are acceptable to him - as far removed from an actual walking, clucking feathered chicken as you can get and still be chicken - and by reference can see the influence packaging has had on my own ability to quickly dismiss thoughts of desperate cows clambering to avoid the stun bolt as I bite into my bacon cheeseburger.

Clucking definitions


the sound made by a hen (as in calling her chicks)

See also: cluck