Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Same as carrier-pigeon.

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Examples

  • And by six A.M. he was up, in his study, dressed, looking quite owlish with his excess of eyes, which, however, danced at the first news of the morning -- the arrival at Portsmouth of the _Boodah II_., which had raced like a carrier-bird since 8.30 P.M. of the 29th, full of the news of the vanished _Mahomet_: on her being 200 marines.

    The Lord of the Sea

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