|sulka englanniksi||flight, feather, plume|
: Birds are capable of flight
: The migrating birds flight took them to Africa.
: The flight to Paris leaves at 7 oclock tonight
: Where is the departure gate for flight 747? / Go straight down and to the right.
: How many flights is it up?
: take flight
: the flight of a refugee
*: Notice, too, that the shaft is not straight, but bent so that the upper surface of the feather is convex, and the lower concave.
*: Big fellows they were, all of them, their barbaric headdresses and grotesquely painted faces, together with their many metal ornaments and gorgeously coloured feathers, adding to their wild, fierce appearance.
*: Nesting birds pluck some of their own feathers to line the nest, but feather plucking in pet birds is entirely different.
*: I am not of that feather to shake off / My friend when he must need me.
*: An eagle had the ill hap to be struck with an arrow feathered from her own wing.
: The stylist feathered my hair.
: After striking the bird, the pilot feathered the left, damaged engines propeller.
*: A few birches and oaks still feathered the narrow ravines.
*: The Polonian story perhaps may feather some tedious hours.
*: They stuck not to say that the king cared not to plume his nobility and people to feather himself.
*: wings ... of many a coloured plume
*: his high plume, that nodded oer his head
*: ambitious to win from me some plume
*: pluming her wings among the breezy bowers
: He plumes himself on his skill.
: rfquotek|Francis Bacon
*: Farewell the plumed troop.
: Smoke plumed from his pipe then slowly settled towards the floor.
*: We mention this observation, not with any view of pretending to account for so odd a behaviour, but lest some critic should hereafter plume himself on discovering it.