bird-like


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bird-like

[ˈbɜːdlaɪk] ADJcomo un pájaro
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Bird-like in her love of individual freedom, the last woman in the world to be bullied in her affections, she keenly appreciated the niceness of his attitude.
Yet it was not so sweet as the song of the Sirens, those bird-like damsels who wanted to tempt us on the rocks, so that our vessel might be wrecked, and our bones left whitening along the shore.
You remain fascinated by reputation and myth that lasts for so long that tiny pieces of Loos-like formalism appear in Co-op Himmelb(l)au's bird-like rooftop of the 1990s.