Definition of 'birdlike'
Example sentences containing 'birdlike'
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Yet the tea that was served to Arnold came from fine china and the woman who served it was small, birdlike, gentle and shy. A TROUT IN THE MILKMadame, a birdlike, blue-rinsed woman in her sixties, was arranging a meagre collection of books on folding shelves. FORESTS OF THE NIGHTSmall, thin, birdlike, she wore a pair of pince-nez on her beaky nose. GOODBYE CURATE
Trends of 'birdlike'
Used Rarely. birdlike is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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