Recent Examples of pheasant from the Web
The menu for the flight included some meals from original menus of the period, including shrimp salad and pheasant terrine, codfish à Zé do pipo, the sirloin à portuguesa, and a banana parfait with chocolate for dessert.
Turkeys trot by, flying squirrels glide into trees, a coyote stalks a rooster pheasant.
Great Southern Outdoors also offers quail, chukar partridge and pheasant hunts.
Some states have limited the use of lead ammunition in areas where hunters pursue quail, pheasants, grouse and other birds, while others have restricted the use of lead fishing weights and hooks.
It can be found in ducks, pheasants and other creatures.
Unlike duck hunters, hunters for other game — pheasants and wild turkeys, for example — are allowed to shoot lead.
Anglers have had success using pheasant tails, RS2’s, Parachute Adams, and stoneflies.
La Paloma served Mexican food that included traditional favorites as well as exotic game like antelope, pheasant, and ostrich.
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Origin and Etymology of pheasant
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
PHEASANT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of pheasant for English Language Learners
: a large bird that has a long tail and is often hunted for food or sport
: the meat of the pheasant eaten as food
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