Thick-knee

Thick'-knee` noun (Zoology) A stone curlew. See under Stone .
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thick-knee

<zoology> A stone curlew. See Stone. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Thick-knee

• (n.) A stone curlew. See under Stone.
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thick-knee

thick-knee, common name for terrestrial, Old World birds in the family Burhinidae. The name derives from the bird's thickened tarsal joints. Thick-knees are shy, solitary birds. They are rapid runners with long legs and partially webbed feet, which lack a hind toe. The wings may be long and pointed,...
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