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1. ibis

noun. ['ˈaɪbəs'] wading birds of warm regions having long slender down-curved bills.

Synonyms

  • wood ibis
  • family Threskiornithidae
  • Threskiornis aethiopica
  • Threskiornithidae
  • wood stork
  • family Ibidiidae
  • Ibis ibis
  • wader
  • wading bird

Etymology

  • ibis (Latin)
  • ἶβις (Ancient Greek (to 1453))

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Words that Rhyme with Ibis

  • airbus
  • albus
  • barnabas
  • bierbusse
  • cannabis
  • columbus
  • columbus'
  • debose
  • faubus
  • globus
  • harquebus
  • jacobus
  • kobus
  • nimbus
  • omnibus
  • paribas
  • phebus
  • phoebus
  • pluribus
  • rebus

How do you pronounce ibis?

Pronounce ibis as ˈaɪbəs.

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Example sentences of the word ibis


1. Noun, singular or mass
Thousands of pelicans, along with herons, egrets, ibis and spoonbills, call the area home.

Quotes containing the word ibis


1. It doesn't matter that you didn't believe in us,"said Mr. Ibis. "We believed in you.
- Neil Gaiman, American Gods

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