ostrichlike

ostrichlike

(ˈɒstrɪtʃˌlaɪk)
adj
resembling an ostrich
adv
in the manner of an ostrich
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This is the first time the ostrichlike bird has escaped.
So when this very terrible thing happened in Manchester, earlier this week I became quite ostrichlike.
officials suggest that this ostrichlike approach, with America's head firmly in the sand, could backfire.
The desire to resist the disorder of change is an understandable human aspiration, but to attempt to resolve the disorder by returning to "the simple life" is ostrichlike in the extreme.
Kim Adam's white rhea called Hamish - an ostrichlike bird - panicked so much his body went into spasms and he had to be put down.
An ostrichlike response by the Defense Department and Congress to the prospect of further defense cuts is not likely to work.
Attenborough and the Giant Egg BBC2, 8pm Fifty years on from his first visit, David Attenborough is returning to Madagascar to see how it's changed during the intervening period, and also to search for more clues about one of his most treasured possessions, the egg of an elephant bird, an ostrichlike creature that weighed half a ton.
Nausea at the empty rhetoric, the vacuous slogans, and the ostrichlike reaction to everything that goes wrong in our country.
And the role of the state- owned agencies in food supply has been so poor that even the finance ministry was forced to point out in its Economic Survey that these agencies should have a mechanism in place to ensure that buffer stocks get released into the market quickly, whenever the difference between wholesale and retail inflation reaches a " critical level." If the government continues to follow an ostrichlike policy of burying its head in sand in the face of trouble, we might well end up with that commodity in our granaries.
In Inner Mongolia, researchers dug up an entire herd of young, ostrichlike dinosaurs that they said will provide critical insight into how the creatures grew up.
He added it reflected a hypocritical and "ostrichlike approach" by politicians.
Women can be just as ostrichlike, averse to tests, and blissful in their ignorance of what's going on "inside." And to make matters worse, the professionals in the field often are guilty of being the enablers in this denial.