a.1.Having a bill like that of the stork.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Hearing a high chirp or a "tuk, tuk, tuk," he instantly knew name, size, color, and location and quickly pointed to Palawan Hornbills on a distant tree; a stork-billed red, yellow, and blue-green kingfisher on a waterside branch; swifts; a swooping white-billed sea eagle; and a Palawan squirrel bonus.
On a riverboat birding trip here we saw wildboar, monkeys, a black hornbill, a stork-billed kingfisher and a white-breasted kingfisher.