a lark, especially a skylark.
- Also lav·rock [lav-ruhk]. /ˈlæv rək/.
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How to use laverock in a sentence
Like the Black Douglas, he likes better to hear the laverock sing than the mouse cheep.The Balladists | John Geddie
Wee dour looking huiks are the thing, Mouse body and laverock wing.Angling Sketches | Andrew Lang
The laverock, despite her injuries, was able to proceed under her own steam, but the Medusa was wholly disabled.The Harwich Naval Forces | E. F. Knight
I don't think I was thinking onything, except a meenit syne, when I lookit up an' wished I was that laverock in the lift.'The Guinea Stamp | Annie S. Swan
Ay, it is the Gowans and the laverock that you will like best.The Three Perils of Man, Vol. 3 (of 3) | James Hogg
British Dictionary definitions for laverock
a Scot and northern English dialect word for skylark (def. 1)
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