Did you perchance mean birdman?
- n. Plural form of birdman.
“The exhibition's feature is a series of "birdmen" - handsome, quirky male figures in suits with various bird heads painted on dictionary pages. ...”
“In the middle of this conflict, Shin Kudo, a U.N. carrier fighter pilot, is shot down by one of these new aircraft and washes up on an island where the people worship strangely colored statues called 'birdmen'.”
“Watch these "birdmen" take flight - in some cases at speeds of up to 140”
“Watch these "birdmen" take flight - in some cases at speeds of up to 140 60”
“A race of birdmen take to the skies to deliver mail to the islands, and are probably a more reliable means of communication than shipping letters on boats.”
“It has served as my sanctuary from life with the birdmen, a place that is entirely separate and distinct from my working life as a PCV.”
“Some statues also bear carvings of birdmen, double-bladed paddles, and vulva signs, but these seem to be later additions.”
“Hidden under the branches, in order to escape the observation of the enemy's birdmen, the French cannon were scattered among the hills and hollows of the highland range.”
“Anubis , birdmen and fauns, Mathilde Rosier's theatrical works always set the scene for some long-forgotten rite.”
“At the end of the flight I do an insane, fast speed run along the cliffs (feels very similar to base jump or wingsuit/birdmen action).”
Looking for tweets for birdmen.