noun, plural pea·fowls, (especially collectively) pea·fowl.
Examples from the Web for peafowl
The methods of managing turkeys apply at nearly every point to the management of peafowl.Our Domestic Birds|John H. Robinson
They include the domestic fowl, which has been derived from the wild jungle fowl of India, and other fowl, such as the peafowl.An Australian Bird Book|John Albert Leach
Sunbirds, pheasants, and peafowl favour us with a gorgeous display of metallic hues.Glimpses of Indian Birds|Douglas Dewar
Guiltless of tapestry, even of paper tattooed into isosceles triangles or fretted with peafowl tintages, were its walls.The Army Mule and Other War Sketches|Henry A. Castle
In some parts of India peafowl may be seen in a state of semi-domestication and are regularly fed by temple keepers.Jungle Folk|Douglas Dewar