Any of various widely distributed wading birds of the family Charadriidae, having rounded bodies, short tails, and short bills.(noun)
Any of various similar or related birds.(noun)
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Use "plover" in a sentence
"Sometimes we shot so-called plover along on the shore, sometimes wild chicken in the bush."
"Interpreters and volunteers - called plover guardians - ensure safe viewing of these rare birds."
"Stating that tourists are surprised to see these birds in Antalya, Erdoğan said birds such as the spur-winged plover, which is seen less and less in Europe, have laid over 50 eggs in the region."