Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Somewhat ornithic; avian to some extent; resembling or related to birds.

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Examples

  • Meanwhile the wounded ornithoid struggled back to its companion.

    The Earth Book of Stormgate

  • Despite the absence of external ears, the alien's hearing was acute-which was why he was presently shadowing the two humans and their lumbering beast, his mind filled with visions of ornithoid larceny.

    Snakes Eyes

  • There was abundant bird or, rather, ornithoid life, flocks strewn across the sky.

    The Earth Book of Stormgate

  • "I could be chasing an untamed ornithoid without cause."

    St. Louis Game Time

  • "I could be chasing an untamed ornithoid without cause." the party may now begin lol whats up family

    St. Louis Game Time

  • "I could be chasing an untamed ornithoid without cause."

    St. Louis Game Time

  • "I could be chasing an untamed ornithoid without cause." sophomore year on HS team.

    St. Louis Game Time

  • "I could be chasing an untamed ornithoid without cause." like to note my disillusionment with Paulie Walnuts.

    St. Louis Game Time

  • I think that you are simply causing us to chase an untamed ornithoid without cause.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • I think that you are simply causing us to chase an untamed ornithoid without cause.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

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