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fissirostral

[ fis-uh-ros-truhl ]
/ ˌfɪs əˈrɒs trəl /
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adjective Ornithology.
having a broad, deeply cleft beak or bill, as the swallows and goatsuckers.
(of the bill) deeply cleft.
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British Dictionary definitions for fissirostral

fissirostral
/ (ˌfɪsɪˈrɒstrəl) /

adjective
(of the beaks of some birds) broad and deeply cleft
having such a beak, as swifts and swallows
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