You may make a similar pie of pheasants, partridges, or grouse.
Only two pheasants to be had, sir, and ordered for Mr. Dunn.
You can amuse yourself with painting if there aren't any pheasants to shoot.
Things died that he might eat; rabbits, pheasants, chickens, field-mice.
Pheasants, &c.: take off the wings, put them in the dish, then the legs.
He was followed soon by Cole who brought some pheasants and a grey squirrel.
A few words may be said on the pheasants and partridges; and first of the former.
Fine birds were also sent—ducks, pheasants, and red partridges.
But June pheasants are very tame, and they lie marvelous close.
They're like sheep and cows and horses and pheasants and—and any other animal.