Origin of ostrich
Related formsos·trich·like, adjective
Examples from the Web for ostrich
I never looked back after I was running, but I threw a rock and think I might have killed an ostrich.
The craziest thing I did was that I had to steal an ostrich egg from an ostrich farm that was close to Mexico.
The bags themselves were covetable items as ever, relying on highest-quality material: ostrich and crocodile.Anya Hindmarch and Stella McCartney Close London Fashion Week|Tom Sykes|September 17, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Thigh-high leather boots… Gucci ostrich skin leather jackets… Horizontally striped posing briefs… More leather jackets...
Dropping my head low, ostrich style, was more likely to lead to a closer sniff of an armpit than to a clearer view of a work.
Ostrich farming is not only an interesting industry for the Boers, but it is a most lucrative business.The World and Its People: Book VII|Anna B. Badlam
He has the constitution of a rhinoceros, the digestion of an ostrich, and the concentration of an oyster.Little Dorrit|Charles Dickens
The military policy of Kerensky was the policy of an ostrich.Dictatorship vs. Democracy|Leon Trotsky
Here we find the Ostrich, the plantain eaters, the colies and several, other families—nine in all.
She—she who was accustomed to flaunt in a "changeable" silk, and her bonnet had an ostrich plume!The Storm Centre|Charles Egbert Craddock