What is another word for birdlike?

Pronunciation: [bˈɜːdla͡ɪk] (IPA)

Birdlike refers to the qualities or characteristics of birds. However, there are various other words that can be used instead of birdlike, depending on the context. For instance, avian is a formal term used for bird-like features in animals. Feathery is another synonym that describes bird-like features in a broader sense. It may refer to feathers, feather-like shapes, or textures. Also, winged is a term that suggests flight or the ability to fly in many animals, including birds. Beaked is a term that describes a bird's beak or the shape of a bird's mouth. Finally, chirpy is a term that refers to the high-pitched sound that birds produce and is commonly used to describe the sound of someone's voice.

Synonyms for Birdlike:

What are the hypernyms for Birdlike?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the hyponyms for Birdlike?

Hyponyms are more specific words categorized under a broader term, known as a hypernym.
  • Other hyponyms:

    • n.

What are the opposite words for birdlike?

The word "birdlike" implies characteristics of a bird such as grace, agility, melody, and lightness. Antonyms for this word would include heavy, clumsy, silent, and graceless. Heavy would refer to something that lacks the lightness of a bird and is cumbersome. Clumsy would describe something that is not agile like a bird and is especially unsuited to certain movements. Silence is a contrast to the melodic aspect of a birdlike which means something is completely devoid of sound. Gracelessness would be the opposite of gracefulness which is the refined movement and lack of unnecessary movements commonly seen in birds.

What are the antonyms for Birdlike?

Usage examples for Birdlike

Then after a while she began to talk in the pretty birdlike whisper that enchanted and enthralled him.
"The Devil's Garden"
W. B. Maxwell
The tired eyes had not a spark of fire in them; those puffy bags of loose flesh, that hung between the outer corners of the cheekbones and the thin birdlike nose, were so ugly as to be disfiguring; the mouth, instead of looking soft and kind, although proud, now appeared to close in the unbending lines of a very obdurate self-esteem.
"The Devil's Garden"
W. B. Maxwell
It was but a few minutes after the searchlight had first revealed the Wanderer and her distressed company that the Sea Eagle was swinging in a graceful, birdlike circle in the air above the sinking craft.
"The Boy Aviators' Flight for a Fortune"
Wilbur Lawton

Famous quotes with Birdlike

  • In conclusion, there is a marvelous anecdote from the occasion of Russell's ninetieth birthday that best serves to summarize his attitude toward God and religion. A London lady sat next to him at this party, and over the soup she suggested to him that he was not only the world's most famous atheist but, by this time, very probably the world's oldest atheist. 'What will you do, Bertie, if it turns out you're wrong' she asked. 'I mean, what if--uh--when the time comes, you should meet Him What will you say' Russell was delighted with the question. His birght, birdlike eyes grew even brighter as he contempalated this possible future dialogue, and then he pointed a finger upward and cried, 'Why, I should say, 'God, you gave us insufficient evidence.' '
    Al Seckel

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