Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of penguin.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • On the longer tour, the boat goes all the way to Isla Martillo (or "penguin island"), but you have to look at the penguins from the boat.

    Beyond the Underground:

  • The children were very interested in penguins and the family issue never came up!!!

    "Mad Bitches Against Gay People"

  • A Christmas short animation on the four penguins from the computer animated movie Madagascar.

    Colony Of 60,000 Pairs Of King Penguins

  • Kids movies should have messages, and saving baby penguins is high up there on the list of "stuff I, personally, find to be a worthy cause."

    Yargh. Quick catch-up.

  • The movie documents the 70-mile march of thousands of Antarctic penguins from the sea to an icy breeding place barren of nutrition.

    mjh's blog — 2005 — August

  • The word penguins struck a cord in my soul, and put an immediate end to my seasickness sufferance.

    TravelPod.com Recent Updates

  • Conveniently, the film’s best scene, about insanity among penguins, is available on YouTube.

    Matthew Yglesias » Encounters at the End of the World

  • Added to the challenge of catching the penguins was the fact that the oil covering their bodies made it very difficult to hold them firmly against the slick foul weather gear we wore called oilskins in South Africa.

    The Great Penguin Rescue

  • Washing the penguins was a complex and time-consuming process that required patience, a great deal of specialized training, and courage those beaks were dangerous!

    The Great Penguin Rescue

  • We must decide the fate of the baptized penguins without violating any divine law, and in a manner conformable to the decalogue as well as to the commandments of my Church. "

    Penguin Island

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