pigeon[ pij-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF pigeon
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PIGEON
This, however, was before I had brought the Pigeon Charmer into the car.
Pies may be made of any of these birds in the same manner as a pigeon pie.
She is not so infallible a markswoman, but that she might shoot at a crow and kill a pigeon.
Do you follow gently, and if there be a pigeon in the pot in all Germany.
The figure represents the back of the pigeon; and the direction of the knife is in the line c, b, by a, if done the last way.
Dunn took the photos from the rack and threw them into a pigeon hole.
Then from a pigeon hole in his desk he took a packet of papers and selected one.
Nigh as I could make out from his pigeon English he was tellin' me there was a cup there.
The count was spinning a pigeon English yarn of how he'd fought a duel with rapiers.
"Hasn't the pluck of a pigeon when it comes to the push," he muttered.