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from The Century Dictionary.

  • As regards ornithology; from an ornithological point of view; by means of ornithology.

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  • adverb In terms of ornithology.


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  • Add to this a cosy couples cinema, midnight feast, assault course, ornithologically-inspired dating agency, lovey-dovey lectures, personalised love songs from Dusty Limits and DJ Pierre soundtracking the piñata-bashing in the ballroom and you've got an action packed evening indeed.

    Clubs picks of the week 2011

  • The grasslands are less important ornithologically.

    South Malawi montane forest-grassland mosaic 2008

  • The ecoregion is virtually unstudied ornithologically.

    Huon Peninsula montane rain forests 2008

  • Many of the mountains of Borneo are ornithologically unexplored and poorly known, so the habitat needs and distributions of many species are incomplete.

    Borneo montane rain forests 2007

  • It's part of my DNA to root for that uniform, although with each passing year into the abyss that Peter Angelos has dug, I am more partial to the cartoon bird worn by Eddie, Cal, and Brooks than to the ornithologically correct bird of 10 losing seasons and mismanaged rosters.

    Ode to the Rockies Jason Sindler 2007

  • Also useful are sneakers for biking and binoculars for the ornithologically inclined--or in case you decide to go on a whale watch.

    Very Vineyard 2006

  • Young Howard Pilkins, the millionaire, got his money ornithologically.

    Roads of Destiny O. Henry 1886

  • And if he be blest with an ornithologically educated ear, he may still further confirm his faith by standing on Beacon Hill in the evening -- as I myself have often done -- and listening to the _chips_ of warblers, or the _tseeps_ of sparrows, as these little wanderers, hour after hour, pass through the darkness over the city.

    Birds in the Bush Bradford Torrey 1877

  • For though we have no disreputable cuckoo, ornithologically speaking, let us not congratulate ourselves too hastily.

    My Studio Neighbors William Hamilton Gibson 1873

  • More than 200 photographs highlight the explanations of the essentials: what color is, ornithologically speaking; how it is produced and measured; how birds use color to attract mates and deter competitors; how birds perceive color; and how coloration varies across species by sex, season, and age.

    ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science 2010


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