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  • noun Plural form of starling.

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Examples

  • #68 posted by rawdirte, August 15, 2008 6: 33 AM whya dissin 'starlings?

    Crows Birds stealing coins from car wash? - Boing Boing

  • He knew the cry of every bird, and could call the starlings from the tree-top, or the heron from the mere.

    The Birthday of the Infanta

  • He knew the cry of every bird, and could call the starlings from the tree-top, or the heron from the mere.

    The Birthday of the Infanta

  • He knew the cry of every bird, and could call the starlings from the tree-top, or the heron from the mere.

    A House of Pomegranates

  • The starlings could be a problem, swooping in noisily and scattering the little birds.

    STLtoday.com Top News Headlines

  • The starlings could be a problem, swooping in noisily and scattering the little birds.

    STLtoday.com Top News Headlines

  • I worried that Elbow will go the same way and I Love elbow, that every tv Ident and gardening programme will play "starlings" over shots of monty don's petunias and I'll grow to hate them.

    Word Magazine - Comments

  • Tinker Air Force Base, said officials there focus on birds that travel in flocks, such as starlings, or larger birds such as geese or gulls, which are drawn by a nearby lake and landfills.

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  • I worried that Elbow will go the same way and I Love elbow, that every tv Ident and gardening programme will play "starlings" over shots of monty don's petunias and I'll grow to hate them.

    Word Magazine -

  • INTRODUCED bird species such as starlings and Indian minors don't tend to attract a lot of sympathy, but peacocks are perhaps harder to hate.

    The Canberra Times

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