Common misspellings for aviary:

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Usage examples for aviary

  1. Mr G. Bennett, who saw a living specimen in an aviary at Macao, describes these long, elegant, loose- barbed plumes as occupying a good deal of the bird's own attention and care.  The Romance of Natural History, Second Series by Philip Henry Gosse
  2. Then it is these large Mares, silent as a woman that listens at a keyhole- silent as a catacomb, is all at once endowed with life,- is filled with strange noises, like an aviary, and becomes, as night falls, a common centre to which the hungry and thirsty cavalcade direct their steps.  Le Morvan, [A District of France,] Its Wild Sports, Vineyards and Forests; with Legends, Antiquities, Rural and Local Sketches by Henri de Crignelle