Instead of wishing to take its nest about with it, wherever it goes, the ostrich does not care for a great deal of nest-work.
"Round-about Rambles in Lands of Fact and Fancy" by Frank Richard Stockton
An early notice of the ostrich feather as a royal badge occurs in a note in one of the Harleian MSS.
"English Embroidered Bookbindings" by Cyril James Humphries Davenport
Ostriches are not unfrequently seen hereabouts.
"A Narrative of the Expedition to Dongola and Sennaar" by George Bethune English
It was Richard who first found the wit to realize the ostrich-play.
"The Master of Appleby" by Francis Lynde
A small tuft of ostrich plumes nodded from her bonnet.
"The Portion of Labor" by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
Within this lived a flock of ostriches, belonging to the Crown.
"Spanish Life in Town and Country" by L. Higgin and Eugène E. Street
The ostrich hain't to blame, he's only actin' out Nater.
"Samantha at the World's Fair" by Marietta Holley
Silly, ostrich-brained Yarmouth men!
"The Social History of Smoking" by G. L. Apperson
Two great black ostrich plumes and one red one curled down toward the soft spikes of the fur.
"The Butterfly House" by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
Amongst the things brought for sale are young ostriches and the eggs of ostriches.
"Narrative of a Mission to Central Africa Performed in the Years 1850-51, Volume 2" by James Richardson
And drooping ostrich plumes
Waver in my brain,
And fathomless blue eyes
Bloom on the distant shore.
"Unknown Woman" by Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Blok
He showed him ostrich and unicorn,
Ape, lion, and tiger keen;
And elephants wise roared 'Hail Kaiser!'
As though they had Christians been.
"The Song of The Little Baltung: A.D. 395" by Charles Kingsley
But now yon boat on fading waters fades;
The ostrich-feathered clouds have lost their light,
And from the West, like somber sachem shades,
Gallop the shades of night.
"Along The Ohio" by Madison Julius Cawein
But when she had passed into the heath,
And gained the wood beyond the flat,
She raised her skirts, and from beneath
Unpinned and drew as from a sheath
An ostrich-feathered hat.
"In The Days Of Crinoline" by Thomas Hardy
Arms, treasures, captives, kings in clanking chains
Urged on by trampling cohorts bronzed and scarred,
And wild-eyed wonders snared on Lybian plains,
Lion and ostrich and camelopard.
"For The Commemoration Services" by Oliver Wendell Holmes
When I struck out from the bunkhouse, for my first day on the range,
I thought the tracks we follered was peculiar like and strange,
And when I asked about it, the roundup foreman sez:
"You ain't a-punchin' cattle, but are herdin' ostriches."
"The Ostrich-Punching of Arroyo Al" by Arthur Chapman
Key the ostrich has head firmly buried in sand.
Orange ostrich key chain color John Hardy .
Cameron Crowe wrangles emotions and ostriches.
Though they cannot fly, ostriches are fleet, strong runners.
Ostriches live in small herds that typically contain less than a dozen birds.
Contrary to popular belief, ostriches do not bury their heads in the sand.
Kevin Hart talks about his encounter with a Ostrich in his stand up I'm A Grown Little Man.
Somewhere in a land far, far away lives an ostrich who thinks he's a car.
Good news — Ostrich Pillow's got ya covered.
' Ostrich Pillow' catches web's attention.
DARPA's FastRunner is a Robo- Ostrich Capable of 30 MPH Sprints.
The Ostrich Pillow has raised more than $130,000 on Kickstarter.
Los Campesinos with Yellow Ostrich at Plush, Saturday, June 16.
Los Campesinos and Yellow Ostrich shake, rattle and indie rock at Plush, Saturday, June 16.
Kissed by a sea lion at the Ostrich Festival.