willow grouse

noun
  1. a N European grouse, Lagopus lagopus, with a reddish-brown plumage and white wings: now regarded as the same species as the red grouse (L. lagopus scoticus) of Britain
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  • And Fleetfoot, having done his duty, was free to return to Willow-grouse.

    The Later Cave-Men

    Katharine Elizabeth Dopp

  • Soon after the salmon feast, Willow-grouse saw her people again.

    The Later Cave-Men

    Katharine Elizabeth Dopp

  • So Willow-grouse kept her secret from every one in the clan.

    The Later Cave-Men

    Katharine Elizabeth Dopp

  • All but Willow-grouse obeyed; but she heeded not what was said.

    The Later Cave-Men

    Katharine Elizabeth Dopp

  • Willow-grouse knew that the bare rock was a good shelter in summer.

    The Later Cave-Men

    Katharine Elizabeth Dopp