Alma Hitchcock, the times I saw her, was a frail, birdlike woman who looked angry about her infirmity.
Suddenly there was the sound of a voice singing loud and clear with birdlike trills, as triumphant as a lark's song to the dawn.
Next, bright, shining, birdlike eyes were smiling at him—Mrs. Kukor!
He started; his face was a shield's welcome to the birdlike applicant for admission.
She hovered round him, birdlike, intent on his every movement.
Her respect for the strange, the birdlike man from Down-Under skyrocketed.
His head was drawn into his shoulders, which were crumpled things of birdlike bones.
So much science, taste, birdlike sweetness, and brilliancy had never before been united in an English singer.
This resemblance was furthered by the fact that the man's profile was birdlike.
Swan whistled the dog to him with a peculiar, birdlike note and called to Lone.