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“The second set was similar: finding himself at at 0-40 and 5-6 Berdych, the would-be slugger, was suddenly chipping and wafting and nurdling, flopping from side-to-side like a prodding, poking, pigeon-chested middleweight, hunched and bent against the ropes.”
“Kane's brain fizzes with ideas to communicate; prowling and prancing, pigeon-chested, across the stage, he seems fit to burst.”
“He was short and pigeon-chested, long blond hair curling under his ears.”
“So there it stands: a naked, pigeon-chested old man, random strands of white hair on its boney shoulders; its swollen-knuckled hands clasped over its dead genitals, looking at once forlorn and menacin ...”
“So there it stands: a naked, pigeon-chested old man, random strands of white hair on its boney shoulders; its swollen-knuckled hands clasped over its dead genitals, looking at once forlorn and menacing, shivering with self-loathing and xenophobia, raging pathetically at its timely and appropriate defeat at the hands of Reason.”
“Don't be intimidated by that naked, pigeon-chested old man.”
“With its inspirational video of unconventional-looking people - the skinny pigeon-chested gay kid, the masculine-looking transvestite - celebrating the unique individuality that made them all lovely in their own special way?”
“I'd defy a sex-crazed nun on Spanish fly and rhino horn - fifty years' worth of repressed sexual frustrations simmering away inside her virginal bosom - to get turned on at the sight of pigeon-chested Nigel in his black silk boxers.”
“He was pigeon-chested, pasty-faced, and thin, prone to illness and unable to produce an heir.”
“Prudhomme was a small serene man - pigeon-chested - his hands stained with years of chemicals.”
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Words and phrases from Jonathan Stroud's book, Ptolemy's Gate.
Phrases and figures of speech in which birds are featured. Or feathers. Or such like.
a little bird tol..., to have an albatr..., birds of a feathe..., in the catbird seat, cold turkey, to cook one's goose, don't count your ..., to have one's duc..., to eat crow, a feather in one'..., for the birds, flip the bird and 122 more...
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