feathered

All Adjective Verb Noun
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  • For the more we do for our feathered friends, the more they will do for us. Cited from Round-about Rambles in Lands of Fact and Fancy, Frank Richard Stockton
  • And there is no doubt but that these are among the very best feathered friends we have. Cited from Round-about Rambles in Lands of Fact and Fancy, Frank Richard Stockton
  • They have feathered legs, especially in the cold season for protection against cold.
  • From time to time she battles in court to save her feathered friends.
  • This dog has a great feathered tail that is set high and is carried over their back.
  • It seemed as though a grand parliament of the feathered creation were about to be held. Cited from Chambers's Edinburgh Journal, Vol. 17 No. 428 New Series, Mar. 13, 1852
  • He is often seen with a black feathered fan in his hands.
  • Each of these feathered serpents also contains an open area in its mouth.
  • It gave them all a sensation when they found out from the will just how well it was feathered. Cited from The Melting of Molly, by Maria Thompson Daviess
  • Their guns would never have swept away the feathered tribes of tree and sky. Cited from The Trumpeter Swan, by Temple Bailey
  • Twice the sun set, and three times it rose, before he found the feathered suits. Cited from Stories the Iroquois Tell Their Children, by Mabel Powers
  • But who was the seventh feathered person walking out of the door? Cited from Peggy in Her Blue Frock, by Eliza Orne White
  • He had no trouble with the other feathered people he tolerated on his beat. Cited from The Way of the Wild, by F. St. Mars
  • A woman wearing a feathered hat stands to the left side of the king.
  • He asked a good many of the feathered folk if they had seen a stranger anywhere. Cited from The Tale of Jasper Jay, by Arthur Scott Bailey
  • I hope this paper may induce many kind hands to minister to the needs of our feathered friends during the winter months. Cited from Wild Nature Won By Kindness, by Elizabeth Brightwen
  • The adult male will carry water back to its young in its thickly feathered breast.
  • The neck should be heavily feathered and should lead to a full, broad chest.
  • Before the sun had set he had made feathered suits, of every size and color, to cover them. Cited from Stories the Iroquois Tell Their Children, by Mabel Powers
  • The whole feathered creation know our hours of sleep. Cited from Recreations of Christopher North, Volume 2, by John Wilson
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Root form of feathered is feather for the verb.

Synonyms of feathered

Meaning of feathered

  • verb Join tongue and groove, in carpentry
  • verb Cover or fit with feathers
  • verb Turn the paddle; in canoeing
  • verb Turn the oar, while rowing
  • adjective Having or covered with feathers
    our feathered friends