Newspeak for speaking like a duck's quacking. When used for a friend, the conotations are positive: he belts his wisdom out without hesitation. Against an enemy, it means he speaks incoherently and without thought. This doublespeak is common in newspeak.
That comrade is a fine duckspeaker. The other one, however, tells nothing but duckspeak.
by Jeremy Meerkreebs December 15, 2003