peacock[ pee-kok ]SEE DEFINITION OF peacock
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PEACOCK
We are not feasting on baked swans, peacock tongues and drinking our pearls.
I wouldn't have nothin' to say to any bird below a Peacock; and he'd be wulgar.
Then I know another story of how the eyes came into the peacock's feathers.
A cloudless sky has a peacock in it, whose servants are the eagles.
A hen is all right in her place, but she don't belong in a peacock cage.
Tis the plumes of the Peacock that men covet; hence his ruin.
Captain Warrington cruised in the Peacock in the spring of 1814.
Look at them, Mary; ain't they like the blossoms on a peacock's tail?
Round the train of thy skirt, O my Peacock, I fitfully squirm.
And she was about as like Sara, I imagine, as a white dove is like a peacock.