Words nearby flamingo
How to use flamingo in a sentence
I had never seen flamingos in the wild and marveled at their staccato ballet, long legs emerging from a salt pond.In France, Narbonne takes a turn in the international spotlight|Sylvie Bigar|October 29, 2021|Washington Post
That got Maria Cecilia Chiale, a biologist at Universidad Nacional de La Plata in Argentina, wondering if flamingos lose their color without constant reapplication of the serum.
Greater flamingos apparently aren’t fans of a sun-faded look for their neck feathers.
When flamingos preen, they care for their feathers a bit like how we care for our hair, cleaning out accumulated dirt and parasites.
Unicorns, flamingos and butterflies became staples of Instagram feeds.
The sex symbol and ‘Flamingo Road’ star knows more about Syria and science than you do—and she can handle herself in war zones.
Animal prints abounded: snakeskin booties, leopard-print hot pants, zebra-printed flamingo skirts.
Marie Osmond, who performs at the Flamingo with her brother Donny, describes what it was like trick-or-treating last Halloween.
After a moment' pause she continued: "He told you all about the race which Flamingo lost, and about that letter."You Never Know Your Luck, Complete|Gilbert Parker
I saw a flamingo rise from the river, and it flew over the Helen Mar, like a ghost, trailing its legs.The Belted Seas|Arthur Colton
The legs of the flamingo are so long, that the bird is unable to double them up and sit upon his nest in the usual fashion.Out on the Pampas|G. A. Henty
Several species from the Solenhofen Slate have the neck long and slender, on the type of the Flamingo.Dragons of the Air|H. G. Seeley
A venerable apologue attaches to the nesting habit of the flamingo.Unexplored Spain|Abel Chapman
British Dictionary definitions for flamingo
- a reddish-orange colour
- (as adjective)flamingo gloves