Definition of 'cormorant'
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Example sentences containing 'cormorant'
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Bessie Higgins stood dripping on the doorstep like a cormorant flapping wings on a rock. IN REMEMBRANCE OF ROSESighing, the priest turned to gaze across the lake, where a solitary cormorant was working. SOMEWHERE EAST OF LIFEBut now she dived into the water with scarcely a cormorant 's splash and came up alongside Noll who greeted her with a joyous laugh. THE ONLY GAME
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Used Rarely. cormorant is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Definition of cormorant from the Collins English Dictionary
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