Definition of Sturnine

1. pertaining to a sturnus [adj] - See also: sturnus



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sturnine

sture
sturgeon
sturgeonlike
sturgeons
sturionian
sturionians
sturm and drang
sturmanite
sturmer
sturmers
sturnine (current term)
sturnoid
sturnuses
sturt
sturted
sturting
sturtite
sturts
stush
stushie
stushies
stutter
stutter gun
stuttered
stutterer

Literary usage of Sturnine

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Philippine Journal of Science by Philippines Bureau of Science (1907)
"... as I have so frequently figured and fully described the pelvis of corvine, sturnine, icterine, and related forms of birds, in other papers which have ..."

2. The Philippine Journal of Science by Philippines Bureau of Science (1907)
"... as I have so frequently figured and fully described the pelvis of corvine, sturnine, icterine, and related forms of birds, in other papers which have ..."

3. The Improved Art of Farriery: Containing a Complete View of the Structure by James White, William Henry Rosser (1847)
"... scruffy heels, frequently little more is necessary than a sturnine wash, having first well cleansed them with soap and water and well dried them ..."

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