Thesaurus / rump

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It has a rump pattern all to itself and is therefore readily detected in flight.

Immature: Resembles adult, but lighter and more rufous in color; wings and rump paler, wings edged with rufous buff.

But the "Rump" had enjoyed its two years of power, and had no wish to disperse.

Dove drew his chair close up to Rump and put his arm around his neck and kissed him.

A piece of ribs of the same weight, much the same time, and a rump four hours.

Throat dusky, often mixed with chestnut; back blackish brown; rump cinnamon-buff, forehead usually with same.

This is observable in the hips and shoulders of a man when he walks; and also in birds in the head and rump.

A Treatise on PaintingLeonardo Da Vinci

About the new year one of my saddle horses came into the camp with a portion of a spear stuck in his rump.

Reminiscences of QueenslandWilliam Henry Corfield

The light-coloured patch on the rump is conspicuous when the wings are expanded, but completely concealed when they are closed.

Extinct BirdsWalter Rothschild

It is assumed that his curly tail would be light against the background—dark against his own rump.

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