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Corvine

[KOR-vahyn]

Part of speech: adjective

Origin: Latin, 17th century

1.

Of or like a raven or crow, especially in color.

Examples of Corvine in a sentence

"The bird was definitely a pigeon, but it was so dark it looked corvine."

"My nana’s parrot was brightly colored, but it had a distinctly corvine cleverness."

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