|bilaterally symmetrical, pinnate, with feathers||pennate; pennated|
|(Zoology) section of the body which has a corresponding and opposite part (in bilaterally or radially symmetrical animals), actinomere, symmetrical part of organism||antimere|
|acquired in school or college, ceremonious; conventional; according to custom; stiff; strict; symmetrical; requiring fancy dress, clothes, conventionally correct, elegant to wear, important occasion, methodical, not familiar in style, occasion which re...||formal|
|add frill to, decorate with a fringe, decorate with a ruffle, decorative band with many folds, make into frill, paper band with fringed edge, ruff of feathers, fur, or skin, lace edging, decorative trim; something which resembles a frill (i.e. a ruff o...||frill|
|alliance, axis deer, central part of plant, line around which object rotates, line around which shape is symmetrical, line at maximum curvature, line defining direction of aircraft, line passing through crystal, line perpendicular to lens or mirror||axis|
|alter propeller blades, arrow attachment, attire, blunt end of arrow, connect boards with tongue-and-groove, cover something with feathers, cut hair to form layers, fit something with feathers, flaw in precious stone, fray, grow feathers, horizontal oa...||feather|
|anger; vexation, dandruff, Ireland, scales of hair or feathers||dander|
|annoy somebody, beat ruffle on a drum, behave arrogantly, gather into pleats, crease; muss, dishevel; agitate, disturb; annoy, irritate, gather or pleat, glance quickly through something, irritating thing, low drumbeat, make feathers erect, make waves ...||ruffle|
|any bird with red feathers (esp. a cardinal)||redbird|
|any bird with reddish feathers on its chest (esp. a robin); species of freshwater sunfish native to the eastern United States, bird with red chest, fish with red belly||redbreast|
|any of a number of birds that eat insects and have grey or blue feathers, bird that eats insects||vireo|
|area where feathers grow||pteryla|
|asymmetric, not interchangeable, not symmetrical, lacking balance and proportion, with particular spatial arrangement of atoms, with unequal thrust from engines, with varying conductivity||asymmetrical|
|attraction, device attracting fish, device for recalling falcon, entice, recall falcon, something that entices, something which attracts, enticement; bait used to trap an animal or catch a fish; object of leather and feathers tied to a long line and us...||lure|
|balanced, even, proportional, having parts corresponding to one another relative to the whole, identical on both sides, exhibiting symmetry, on opposite sides, symmetric, with interchangeable terms, with particular pairs of points, with symmetrical mol...||symmetrical|
|behaving unacceptably, constipated, having asymmetrical parts, nonconforming, not formed by usual grammatical rules, not of uniform appearance, not symmetrical, uneven; inconsistent, erratic; deviating from the norm, abnormal; not organized; defective,...||irregular|
|bird with black feathers, common European bird with black feathers, type of black song-bird||blackbird|
|bird with elaborate ruff, card game, fancy pleated collar, high and frilled collar (worn during the 16th and 17th centuries), neck hair or feathers, play trump on different suit, playing of trump card, ruffle||ruff|
|bird with waxy tips on feathers, one of several species of grey-brown birds that are native to the northern hemisphere and have crested heads and red waxy tips on their feathers||waxwing|
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