Dorking fowl

Dor´king fowl`

    (dôr´kĭng foul`)
1.(Zool.) One of a breed of large-bodied domestic fowls, having five toes, or the hind toe double. There are several strains, as the white, gray, and silver-gray. They are highly esteemed for the table.
References in periodicals archive ?
After dismantling the leg of a Dorking fowl, a breed of English chicken, Huxley realized that the bones he was holding bore an uncanny resemblance to the ankles of fossilized dinosaurs, which were starting to grab scientists' attention at that time.