Homophones for ducks, ducts, dux

ducks / ducts / dux [dʌks]

ducks – n. pl. & v. – n. – 1. any of various swimming birds of the family Anatidae, especially the domesticated form of the mallard or wild duck; 2. trousers made of a strong untwilled cotton or linen fabric; v. intr. & tr.3rd pres. sing. – 1. plunges, dives or dips under water; 2. stops suddenly; 3. avoids

ducts – n. pl. of duct – channels or tubes for conveying gases, liquids or solids

dux – n. pl. of duces – 1. a military commander stationed in a province of the later Roman empire; 2. British the pupil at the academic head of his class or his school