albatross

[ al-buh-traws, -tros ]SEE DEFINITION OF albatross

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ALBATROSS

Only once, too, did we catch an albatross, the bird of the Southern Ocean.

The Albatross soon after wore ship, and stood to the westward.

The Chameleon flies like an albatross—she is already the devil knows where.

This current is one of the favourite haunts of the albatross.

The albatross is a knowing bird, or he would not follow vessels for weeks.

Then the albatross steers out to sea to try his luck elsewhere.

Now the albatross soars round the rocks of the "Island Cloud."

Albatross cloth is generally in white, black, or solid colors.

The albatross has been seen fully 1000 miles from any shore.

I attacked two Albatross scouts and crashed them, killing the pilots.

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