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crow in Birds topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcrowcrow1 /krΙ™ΚŠ $ kroʊ/ noun πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 [countable]HBB a large shiny black bird with a loud cry2 [singular]CHBB the loud sound a cock makes3 β†’ as the crow flies β†’ eat crow at eat(7)
Examples from the Corpus
crowβ€’ A crow perched on it while they watched, and poked hopefully at the sockets.β€’ Spaced evenly from the bottom up, concentric rings of black crow feathers rise to the top of the cairn.β€’ I knew that there is no death worse for an eagle than death at the beaks of hooded crows.β€’ Since the crow believed that this was Kay, the crow and Gerda traveled to the castle.β€’ When the crow decides to go home, he finds he no longer fits in with crows, either.