[ US /ˈɹoʊˌdɹənɝ/ ]
[ UK /ɹˈə‍ʊdɹʌnɐ/ ]
  1. speedy largely terrestrial bird found from California and Mexico to Texas
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How To Use roadrunner In A Sentence

  • In one intriguing trackway, the footfalls of a fringe-toed lizard were paralleled by the prints of a roadrunner, a lizard-eating bird.
  • I looked again and, now, the two smaller birds were on the back of yet another, medium sized juvenal roadrunner (fifth bird not previously seen). Mjh's blog — 2009 — December
  • Southwestern Cable is providing free access to its high-speed Roadrunner Internet service in 14 public libraries within its service area.
  • I've stumbled upon quail amidst the redwoods, roadrunners in the Hill Country, and a colony of flamingo in the heart of Hong Kong.
  • In this landscape ringed by red-rock hills that take on a spectacular hue at sunset, small pleasures - fleeting glimpses of roadrunners, stretches of freshly paved road - are unexpectedly gratifying.
  • The Common Cuckoo is a member of the cuckoo order of birds, the Cuculiformes, which also includes the roadrunners, the anis, the coucals, and the Hoatzin.
  • Cuckoos, coucals, anis, malkohas, and roadrunners are approximately 127 species of birds that make up the family Cuculidae.
  • For years a mated pair of roadrunners lived in the brush on the vacant lot behind the alley.
  • Because the poem is broken up, page by page, and because children will want to linger over the colorful images of ptarmigans, penguins, roadrunners and grouse along with puffins, boobies, pigeons and a scarlet-bosomed frigatebird, this is a bedtime book that will require reading at least twice. A Walrus, a Bear, A Cat, Oh My!
  • These hot and dry rocky slopes support scorpions, tarantulas, collared lizards, pygmy rattlesnakes, roadrunners, and prickly pear cacti.
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