The Woodcock is very rare, because it is only to be met with in inhabited countries.
Like old Woodcock in the play, my cry is—'No money till I die.'
No, but I would sell my parole for a mess of woodcock, Harry.
"He was coming round by the other side—shot a woodcock there once, sir," he said.
The law allows thirty woodcock, thirty partridges, and two deer to every hunter.
The cuckoo, like the woodcock, is supposed to have its forerunner.
It was delicious, as were also the samli, the woodcock, the lamb cutlets and the ice-cream.
In conclusion mention must be made of the woodcock (Scolopax rusticola).
And the Algerian pointed to his game-bag, bulging with rabbits and woodcock.
Of these the most valuable for the table are the partridge, the francolin, and the woodcock.