Definition of Ornithologists

1. Noun. (plural of ornithologist) ¹



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Definition of Ornithologists

1. ornithologist [n] - See also: ornithologist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ornithologists

ornithischian dinosaur
ornithischians
ornitho-
ornithochory
ornithodelphia
ornithoid
ornithoidichnite
ornithoidichnites
ornitholite
ornitholites
ornithologic
ornithological
ornithologically
ornithologies
ornithologist
ornithologists (current term)
ornithology
ornithomancy
ornithomimid
ornithomimosaur
ornithomimosaurs
ornithon
ornithons
ornithopappi
ornithophobia
ornithopod
ornithopod dinosaur
ornithopoda
ornithopods
ornithopter

Literary usage of Ornithologists

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1. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1919)
"This club was the prime mover in organizing, in 1884, the American ornithologists' Union (ordinarily called "AOU"), patterned after similar organizations in ..."

2. The American Sportsman: Containing Hints to Sportsmen, Notes on Shooting by Elisha Jarrett Lewis, Arnold Burges (1884)
"ITHOUT a cursory knowledge, at least, of the technical terms employed by ornithologists in their delineations of the feathered race, we cannot expect all ..."

3. Handbook to the Birds of Australia by John Gould (1865)
"heart and liver I cannot believe; yet it is said to do so in the works of many ornithologists."—Ibis, 1865, p. 284. The adults have the entire plumage of a ..."

4. Siberia in Europe: A Visit to the Valley of the Petchora, in North-east by Henry Seebohm (1880)
"... the fact that not longer ago than towards the close of the last century the belief in the hibernation of swallows was held by many ornithologists. ..."

5. Birds in Their Relations to Man: A Manual of Economic Ornithology for the by Clarence Moores Weed, Ned Dearborn (1903)
"... APPENDIX I. THE BIRD LAW OF THE AMERICAN ornithologists' UNION. i Act for the Protection of ... ornithologists ..."

6. The Encyclopedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and by Hugh Chisholm (1911)
"The most novel feature, and one the importance of which most ornithologists of the present day are fully prepared to admit, is the separation of the class ..."

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