pigeons[ pij-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF pigeons
Synonyms for pigeons
- sitting duck
- easy mark
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PIGEONS
Pigeons may be split and broiled, like chickens; also stewed or fricasseed.
I commenced, and the sweetness of my voice in the fable of the "Two Pigeons" worked the miracle.
The boy was afraid they might fly off and called them, but the pigeons did not move.
Suddenly some of the pigeons flew down on the railing of the flower-garden.
Little Li sat in the upper story of his house flying his pigeons.
Every village has its date-trees, and every hut has pigeons.
My brother, who is ten years old, has a pigeon-house and about thirty pigeons.
I have two pigeons that laid eggs and hatched two little ones.
The pigeons were roosting and nestling all over her, on her hands, her waist, and her shoulders.
Wash and clean the legs of two of the pigeons, and stick them in the hole in the top of the pie.