Definition of Ptarmigans

1. Noun. (plural of ptarmigan) ¹



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Definition of Ptarmigans

1. ptarmigan [n] - See also: ptarmigan

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ptarmigans

psyllid
psyllids
psyllium
psylliums
psyop
psyops
psytrance
psywar
psywars
pt.
ptaquiloside
ptaquilosides
ptarmic
ptarmics
ptarmigan
ptarmigans (current term)
ptenoglossate
pteranodon
pteranodons
pteria
pterid-
pteridine
pteridines
pterido-
pteridological
pteridologies
pteridologist
pteridologists
pteridology
pteridomania

Literary usage of Ptarmigans

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1. Sir John Franklin and the Arctic Regions by Peter Lund Simmonds (1852)
"On many days several ptarmigans were shot. The horns and tracks of deer were very numerous. Making their way on the ice in the gulf, the island in the ..."

2. Game Farming for Profit and Pleasure: A Manual on the Wild Turkeys, Grouse by Dwight Williams Huntington (1915)
"The ptarmigans are circumpolar and always are plentiful in foreign markets. They no longer occur on vast mountain areas where formerly they were plentiful ..."

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