Quail ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Quail ( noun )

  1. A small, round-bodied bird that is typically found in the wild and is known for its plump, meaty appearance and delicate flavor when cooked.
  2. A small bird of the pheasant family, typically found in the wild and hunted for sport or food.

Origin:

From old english cwægel, cwægl, from proto-germanic *kwailaz.

Examples:

  1. The chef prepared a dish of sautéed quail with wild mushrooms.
  2. The quail is a small bird with a plump body and delicate flavor.
  3. Quail hunting is a popular sport.
  4. The quail is a small game bird that is hunted for sport or food.
  5. The quail is a small bird that is usually found in woodlands and fields.

(As a verb)

Quail ( verb )

  1. A small, round-bodied bird that is typically found in the wild and is known for its plump, meaty appearance and delicate flavor when cooked.
  2. A small bird of the pheasant family, typically found in the wild and hunted for sport or food.

Origin:

From old english cwægel, cwægl, from proto-germanic *kwailaz.

Examples:

  1. The chef prepared a dish of sautéed quail with wild mushrooms.
  2. The quail is a small bird with a plump body and delicate flavor.
  3. Quail hunting is a popular sport.
  4. The quail is a small game bird that is hunted for sport or food.
  5. The quail is a small bird that is usually found in woodlands and fields.
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