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A white swan (Cygnus olor) native to Europe and Asia and widely introduced elsewhere, having an orange bill with a black knob at the base and being the least vocal of the swans.
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(Animals) a Eurasian swan, Cygnus olor, with a pure white plumage, an orange-red bill with a black base, and a curved neck. Compare whistling swan
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a soundless white Eurasian swan, Cygnus olor, widely introduced in other parts of the world.
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swan - stately heavy-bodied aquatic bird with very long neck and usually white plumage as adult
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