- n. Plural form of owl.
“Unfortunately, Guardians offering to children about why bad things happen to good owls is simply lazy social theory resting on the age old punt off: Pure Evil.”
“The texture on the owls is often amazing, and the whole thing is real purty.”
“You see, perhaps the most interesting thing about eagle owls is that they are experts at intraguild predation: in other words, very very good at killing other raptors, and in fact at virtually eliminating them from an area.”
“Unlike the case with British big cats, the existence of feral eagle owls is not doubted by officialdom.”
“The findings, based on a study in owls, underline the importance of choosing the right toys for children, even at the earliest stages of life.”
“He then, while the only sound he heard was that of the owls from the neighbouring wood, or the night jar as it flitted before him near the house, again traversed the park around it, and went to the opposite side or principal front – in the middle of which was the door of the great hall; – that too was fasted; but over it was the achievement of Mrs Rayland, the family-arms in a lozenge: – Mrs Rayland then was undoubtedly no more.”
“I’m not too sure about whether a group of owls is known as a parliament or not, but I do know that term is already used for a group of rooks, so it strikes me as somewhat unlikely, especially since owls are not group birds at all.”
“I still don't get the idea of owls fighting in battle, but I'm sure it makes sense in terms of the story once you get into it.”
“I still don't get the idea of owls fighting in battle, but I'm sure it makes sense in terms of the...”
“There was once a boy, so a great poet tells us, who stood many a time at evening beneath the trees or by the glimmering lake, and called the owls that they might answer him.”
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