Definition of Cormorants

1. Noun. (plural of cormorant) ¹



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Definition of Cormorants

1. cormorant [n] - See also: cormorant

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cormorants

corkwood tree
corkwoods
corky
corm
cormel
cormels
cormidia
cormidium
cormlike
cormogeny
cormoid
cormophyta
cormophyte
cormophytes
cormorant
cormorants (current term)
cormose
cormous
cormous plant
corms
cormus
cormuses
corn
corn-cob
corn-cobs
corn-factor
corn-fed
corn beef
corn borer
corn borer moth

Literary usage of Cormorants

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1. North American Birds Eggs by Chester Albert Reed (1904)
"cormorants have a more bulky body than do the Anhingas; their tail is shorter and the bill ... cormorants are found in nearly all quarters of the globe. ..."

2. The Bird Book: Illustrating in Natural Colors More Than Seven Hundred North by Chester Albert Reed (1914)
"cormorants are found in nearly all quarters of the globe. They are very gregarious and most species are ... Most of the cormorants have green eyes. ' V.. ..."

3. Handbook of Birds of Eastern North America: With Keys to the Species and by Frank Michler Chapman (1895)
"cormorants. cormorants arc found iu all parts of the world. Ten of the thirty known species inhabit North America. As a rule they are maritime, ..."

4. Birds that Hunt and are Hunted: Life Histories of One Hundred and Seventy by Neltje Blanchan (1904)
"Long, serried ranks of double-crested cormorants come flying northward from the Gulf states in April, and pass along the Atlantic shores so high overhead ..."

5. The Irish in America by John Francis Maguire, William Joseph Hardee (1868)
"... Emigration Commission and its Work—Land- sharks and their Prey—Finding Canal Street—A Scotch Victim— The Sharks and cormorants—Bogus Tickets—How the ..."

6. The Birds of Ontario: Being a Concise Account of Every Species of Bird Known by Thomas McIlwraith (1894)
"Although the cormorants are generally birds of the sea coast, when not specially engaged at home, the}' make periodical excursions to the lakes, ..."

7. Primitive & Mediaeval Japanese Texts by Frederick Victor Dickins (1906)
"246 With a Present of cormorants '. )m City-Royal all places one are, as the years pass uns of life sum up ay from homeland, ..."

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