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  • noun Plural form of currawong.

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Examples

  • He'd grabbed the gun from behind the kitchen door without thinking about it, just because he wanted to go out deep into the woods and because he was so angry he wanted to shoot something, a wallaby maybe, or a bunch of currawongs or any bloody thing.

    Hunting the Thylacine

  • For Billy, Con was part of the woods, just as much as the kangaroos and gum trees and the currawongs.

    Hunting the Thylacine

  • Out of the stillness swelled the distant chanting of currawongs.

    Wildwood

  • Still less the currawongs screeching and cawing and waiting to share the kill.

    Hunting the Thylacine

  • Out of the stillness swelled the distant chanting of currawongs.

    Wildwood

  •     The cicadas were coming out now, and the currawongs were making their evening noises.

    Hunting the Thylacine

  • He'd grabbed the gun from behind the kitchen door without thinking about it, just because he wanted to go out deep into the woods and because he was so angry he wanted to shoot something, a wallaby maybe, or a bunch of currawongs or any bloody thing.

    Hunting the Thylacine

  • Still less the currawongs screeching and cawing and waiting to share the kill.

    Hunting the Thylacine

  •     For Billy, Con was part of the woods, just as much as the kangaroos and gum trees and the currawongs.

    Hunting the Thylacine

  • The cicadas were coming out now, and the currawongs were making their evening noises.

    Hunting the Thylacine

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