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Use "didapper" in a sentence
"Ovid and Apollodorus agree that Æsacus was the son of Priam, and that he was changed into a didapper, or diver, but they differ in the other circumstances of his life."
"He is so afflicted at her death, that he throws himself into the sea, and is transformed into a didapper."
"Persons who observe them, as they fly, call to mind how Æsacus, the son of Priam, was changed into a sea bird, called the didapper."