A North American rail (Porzana carolina) having grayish-brown plumage and a short stout bill, commonly found in freshwater bogs or swamps.(noun)
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Use "sora" in a sentence
"Ash Like Snow the brilliant green sora akaku someru kokutan no yami nomikomareta hoshikuzu-tachi hakanaku furitsumoru hai no yuki mitsumeta nageki no mado"
"The real delicacies were served later, the ducks which Doyle had sent the Colonel, and plate after plate of little, brown, juicy birds called sora, so tender and toothsome they could be eaten bones and all."
"Soshite kono sora akaku somete mata kuru toki kono mi de susumu dake"