Definition of 'night-bird'
Example sentences containing 'night-bird'
The eyes belonged not to a man, but to some rapacious night-bird or to a stealthy hunting animal that keeps itself close to the ground.MAN'S LOVING FAMILY
The old night-bird, realising her mistake, went to close the door, but Luberon recovered his wits and kicked it back on its hinges.A SHRINE OF MURDERS
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