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feathered friend

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any of various derisive sounds of disapproval

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References in classic literature ?
If they wish to give notice of a herd of buffalo in the plain beyond, they gallop backwards and forwards abreast, on the summit of the hill.
Now," said Robinson, in his amiable matter-of-fact manner, "as I happen to know the history of this quarter, backwards and forwards, we can do up this deal in short order.
They caught the man by his leg and arm, and swung him three times backwards and forwards with tremendous violence.
Beebe, and as she spoke, her long narrow head drove backwards and forwards, slowly, regularly, as though she were demolishing some invisible obstacle.
said the young man; 'sitting cross-legged from morning to night, working backwards and forwards with a needle and goose, will never suit me.
tollas/, or throwing-knives, began to flash backwards and forwards, and now with an awful yell the battle closed in.
It was red and five-barred: it swung both ways on easy hinges; and it was possible, though forbidden, to swing backwards and forwards on it.
This was the manner in which Athos and Raoul were, as usual, conversing, and walking backwards and forwards in the long alley of limes in the park, when the bell which served to announce to the comte either the hour of dinner or the arrival of a visitor, was rung; and, without attaching any importance to it, he turned towards the house with his son; and at the end of the alley they found themselves in the presence of Aramis and Porthos.
He was conducted from that room along passages that turned backwards and forwards and was at last brought to the doors of the Lodge.
Trent walked backwards and forwards with knitted brows, glancing every now and then at the unconscious man.
He passed a great brewery transformed into a canteen, from which a line of waggons, going and returning, were passing all the time backwards and forwards into the valley.
The old seaman sat gravely amidst this lumber, turning it over, and examining it intently; while his wife, with the tears running silently down her ruddy cheeks, sat upon the sofa, her elbows upon her knees and her chin upon her hands, rocking herself slowly backwards and forwards.