- n. Plural form of pigeon.
“But he continued serenely: You have seen those pigeons called tumbler pigeons suddenly turn a cart-wheel in mid-air?”
“In fact, eating pigeons is as American as eating pumpkin pie.”
“If we did such a great job of wiping passenger pigeons from the surface of the Earth, can we continue the job with other types of pigeon too?”
“Training new lab pup and "bustin" clay pigeons is the only shotgun work I do prior to the onset of the duck hunt.”
“Clay pigeons is about the only thing my benelli will get to shot till doves season in Sept. +1 Good Comment?”
“Otherwise, we would only be learning that Councilors think feeding pigeons is not a good thing.”
“‘I set up my nets, thinking to take therein pigeons and the like of small fowl; how came this Ossifrage to fall into it?’”
“The grass glows with a more vivid green, and, in answer to a ringing call from Tony, his sisters, fluttering over the daisies in pale-hued muslins, come out of their ever-open door, like pretty pigeons from a dovecote.”
“She had a bowl in her hand, and going a little distance from the house she called the pigeons and down they flew in a crowd to her feet to be fed.”
“The turtledoves are not restricted to any age because they are always good when they appear in those countries, being birds of passage; but the age of the pigeons is particularly marked that they might not be offered to God at times when they are rejected by men”
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