The partridge has ceased to run across the too-frequented path.
Partridge, as we had anticipated, lacked in such high country.
The partridge is here represented as just taken from the spit; but before it is served up, the skewers must be withdrawn.
Before I could recover from my surprise Mr. Partridge stepped forward.
"Duck and geese, and there's plenty of partridge in the winter," explained Richard.
Its flight, like that of the Partridge, is laborious and steady.
These wood-pigeons, of the size of a partridge, were plump, fine and round as quails.
He painted the figure of a Satyr, and beside it, as a trifle, he inserted a partridge.
The third day he killed a partridge, and this they had for their evening meal.
After a moment I went on again, looking again for my partridge.