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Synonyms for feathered

adorned with feathers or plumes

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having or covered with feathers

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But this thing, itself no chicken, with the seeming of a wild feathered thing of the jungle that was fair game for any dog, talked to him with the voice of a god.
Get off your foot, or I'll throw the leg of Moses at you," was the next command from the tiny feathered thing.
Hairless dogs have imperfect teeth; long-haired and coarse-haired animals are apt to have, as is asserted, long or many horns; pigeons with feathered feet have skin between their outer toes; pigeons with short beaks have small feet, and those with long beaks large feet.
Caption: A feathered dinosaur only distantly related to birds, shown In an Illustration, suggests that plumage may have been common among most or even all dinosaurs.
Similicaudiptery was not known to be a flying dinosaur and Persons contends its tail feathers evolved as a means of waving its feathered tail fans.
Other feathered dinosaurs have been discovered in Germany and China, but those dinosaurs are from a later period and a more closely related to birds than ornithomimids.
Debuting originally in 2010 with the industry's first line of premium feather extensions, the Fine Featherheads collection will now include Quill Clips, Feathered Earrings, Fly Ties and Pet Plumes and will be sold direct to consumers via www.
It wasn't the first feathered dinosaur discovered, but it was the first tyrannosaur ever found with primitive feathers.
We now question very strongly whether there were any feathered dinosaurs at all.
Feathered Nest has more than 90 brokers serving all segments of the residential rental and sales market in Manhattan.
She went for a single feather to offset her exotically pruned hair, while model Eileen Catterson went for a softly feathered flapper effect.
Most other feathered dinos have come from China's Liaoning lake bed deposits.
Natural selection over millions of years ultimately modified dinosaurs' forelimbs into highly-efficient, feathered wings that could rapidly change its span, shape and area - a key innovation that allowed dinosaurs to rule the skies.
TV stylist Jane Mannfolk stresses the importance of playing down your clothes with monochromatic color statements or simple lines to showcase a pair of feathered sandals or a novelty purse, and warns, ``If you overdo it, you'll ruin the effect, and people will laugh at you instead of with you.
Feathered Nest, recently acquired by the principals of Brown Harris Stevens including Kent M.