Origin of starling1
Definition for starling (2 of 2)
Origin of starling2
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Now people from all corners of the sports world are calling for Starling to lose his team ownership.
"Could an eagle speak, it would have another cry than the starling," returned the earl, with a proud smile.The Last Of The Barons, Complete|Edward Bulwer-Lytton
The Starling returns to the same site year after year, but always builds a new nest.
It reminded him of his own garden, and the gardener who brought him pretty caterpillars and showed him starling's eggs.Little Johannes|Frederik van Eeden
The starling is a trim little bird, measuring from seven to eight inches in length.
In size he is larger than the starling: he courts the society of man, but disdains to live by his labours.Wanderings in South America|Charles Waterton