Definition of 'like a bird'
Example sentences containing 'like a bird'
A Plague of Angels (1993) The Sun (2008) Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Who hasn't dreamt of flying like a bird; soaring across continents without being confined to a tin tube?The Sun (2011)
Definition of like a bird from the Collins English Dictionary
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