What is another word for albatrosses?

Pronunciation: [ˈalbɐtɹˌɒsɪz] (IPA)

Albatrosses are large seabirds that are known for their impressive wingspan and graceful movements. Commonly found in the Southern Ocean and the North Pacific Ocean, these birds are known by a variety of names that reflect their characteristics. Synonyms for albatrosses include wandering albatrosses, grey-headed albatrosses, black-browed albatrosses, royal albatrosses, and sooty albatrosses. These birds are a sight to behold, with their beautiful plumage and their ability to soar through the air for long distances. Whether you call them albatrosses or any of their synonyms, these sea birds are a stunning addition to any coastal landscape.

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  • Equivalence

    • Proper noun, plural
      ALBATROS.

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Usage examples for Albatrosses

Curlews, wandering albatrosses, ptarmigans, cormorants, and ospreys were also observed, besides some birds of beautiful plumage whose names were unknown to us.
"Due North or Glimpses of Scandinavia and Russia"
Maturin M. Ballou
The captains of the guarda-costas redoubled their vigilance, and sailed in chase of not a few albatrosses and whale-spouts, such was the zeal that animated them.
"An Old Sailor's Yarns"
Nathaniel Ames
The captain told us of a case he knew of where a man had fallen overboard, when the albatrosses swooped down upon him, and pecked out his eyes and brains.
"Six Letters From the Colonies"
Robert Seaton

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