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- adj. Lacking feathers
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not provided with feathers; featherless.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not having feathers
- adj. having no feathers
So the presence of beaks in unfeathered taxa is not a problem.
The girls are all dissappointed by the mundanity of actual boys, and the boys are all feeling inferior with their unfeathered, sparkleless skin.
Ruling on this day 01/21/2010 to allow national and multi nation corporations alike unfeathered finacial access into our already money flawed election system.
Black vultures sometimes kill their own food (their weak talons mean that prey must be very small or weak) but both black and turkey vultures, having small unfeathered heads and hooked bills, are better adapted to a diet of carrion.
Its pink, unfeathered flesh burning in the sunshine
After watching TV and reading french newspapers for many years now, I have noticed that in french politics there are only one retorical argument: Bill X Always with the world social in its title must be aproved because we cannot let the unfeathered markets decide on human happiness, children, the elderly,..
The young Redtail hawks, who were still unfeathered, were devoured in their nests by the voracious bloodsuckers.
Thermoregulatory role of the unfeathered head and neck in male wild turkeys.
Only among breeders of domestic poultry and female Greater Sage-Grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus) does there seem to be a preference for big-breasted birds; in the case of sage-grouse, the males have developed an elaborate courtship display that exaggerates the size of the breast by expansion of large esophageal pouches and partial extension of cervical apteria (i.e., unfeathered areas between feather tracts), with larger-breasted males attracting and mating with more females.
At this spring season, true, the migratory host of unfeathered bipeds crowds northwards; even as in autumn it accompanies the birds southwards.