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Definition of "cushat" [cush•at]

  • A pigeon, wood pigeon or ring dove. (noun)

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Use "cushat" in a sentence
  • "A more descriptive name is that of ringdove, easily explained by the white collar, but the bird is also known as cushat, queest, or even culver."
  • "There sang the nightingale, whose chant arouses the sleeper, and the merle with his note like the voice of man and the cushat and the ring-dove, whilst the parrot with its eloquent tongue answered the twain."
  • "When they came to the valley, they found it beautiful exceedingly and passing all degree; and birds on tree sang joyously and the mocking-nightingale trilled out her melody, and the cushat filled with her moan the mansions made by the Deity, — And Shahrazad perceived the dawn of day and ceased to say her permitted say,"
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