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Definition of "white-crested" [white-crested]

  • Having a white crest, as a bird or other animal: as, the white-crested turakoo (see turakoo); the great white-crested cockatoo, Cacatua cristata; the white-crested black Polish fowl; the white-crested spiny rat (see Loncheres).

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "white-crested" in a sentence
  • "I was proud to note, though, that Lovey is the same kind of chicken that Brett owns: white-crested black Polish."
  • "Always, to starboard or to port, at the bow or over the stern, when he stood up resting his fore-feet on the six-inch rail and gazing, he saw only the ocean, broken-faced and turbulent, yet orderly marching its white-crested seas before the drive of the trade."
  • "He began to pace the length of the ship, hands clasped behind his back, the wind whipping his hair as he locked gazes with the white-crested sea and wrestled with his thoughts."
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slowly-moving
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storm-lashed
turquoise-colored