Recent Examples of marabou from the Web
My favorite species of bird is the marabou stork, a grandfatherly looking bird with a mostly featherless head and an obscene appendage hanging from its neck.
Photographers from some of our favorite blogs prowled the aisles snapping shots of a male couple in matching pressed-velvet blazers and Amy Fine Collins in a fetching gray marabou feather jacket.
Looking resplendent in pink marabou Miu Miu, Miss Piggy held court amid furry-faced friends like Kermit the Frog, Fozzie Bear and Derek Blasberg, while the British cross-dresser and D.J. Jodie Harsh spun tunes.
Daria [Werbowy] had to hold the carcass of a marabou stork twice her size that had been dead for over a week in her hands next to her naked body.
On the windowsill farthest from his desk is a stuffed marabou.
Vultures and marabou storks, flying in from more than 100 kilometers away, roost among the dead and eat up to 9 percent of the wildebeest nutrients.
Michi wears Gucci Lurex sweater, $1,500 at gucci.com; Erdem marabou coat, price upon request.
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Origin and Etymology of marabou
First Known Use: 1819See Words from the same year
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