Definition of 'birdlike'
Example sentences containing 'birdlike'
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 MILK
Madame, a birdlike, blue-rinsed woman in her sixties, was arranging a meagre collection of books on folding shelves.FORESTS OF THE NIGHT GOODBYE CURATE
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