The great difficulty would be to shoot the unfeathered, clumsy arrows true to the mark.
If this is true, the unfeathered perroquets were not so spiteful as the feathered ones too often are.
The unfeathered owl blinked dazedly in general society as the feathered one does in daylight.
The unfeathered shaft looked as if it had been battered off to the proper length with a jagged stone.
What had been the screams of the American eagle, if any, concerning his moral leadership of the family of unfeathered bipeds?
The reference is to the logical definition of man as "an unfeathered biped," which is as old as Plato.
At the approach of an unfeathered biped the hen bird takes wing with a screech, and is apt to vanish for the rest of that day.