counter

Advertisement - Continue reading below

Definition of "perching" [perching]

  • Present participle of perch. (verb)
  • Inspection of cloth before finishing. (noun)

Wiktionary.org : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "perching" in a sentence
  • "The bird has difficulty in perching and has to exert itself in order not to fall; the legs are spread through weakness, and the knee and ankle joint are bent."
  • "They were attacked by an upward-moving paralysis, they began to walk unsteadily, found difficulty in perching, and later lay down on their sides."
  • "I recall perching on ladders for hours on end as we peeled away the rotting ceiling and put up new plywood."
Words like "perching"
bright-winged
carrion-eating
fish-eating
insect-eating
night-flying
non-game
stilt-legged
strong-winged