Examples of plumage in a Sentence
The peacock has colorful plumage.
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They were hunted to the brink of extinction by the early 20th century for their plumage, a demand driven by the women’s hatmaking industry.
Archaeologists have always imagined dinosaurs with colorful plumage.
This kind of political plumage is especially useful as Sadr and his rivals jockey for position ahead of next year’s Iraqi elections.
On my last night in Hong Kong (and China) there was bird plumage all about at a nightspot called Ophelia, the brainchild of Ashley Sutton, described as the reigning impresario of Asia’s trendiest restaurants and bars.
That molt essentially wiped out the soot that had accumulated in their plumage.
And that passion is reflected in the photo competition’s winning images, which revel in their subjects' detailed plumage, powerful wingspans, and charming quirks.
Over the course of 135 years, the dirtiness of the birds' plumage rose and fell in line with coal legislation and followed social changes such as the switch in residential heating from coal to natural gas.
The ptarmigan are white; their plumage is controlled by the length of the day, not cold.
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