If that isn't the only fish of its kind in the seven seas, call me a carrion-crow—Tommy, we're in luck.
And pray, what brought you here to-day, scenting about you like a carrion-crow?
Not too strictly preserved, however, for there was my old friend the carrion-crow out foraging for his young.
But even the carrion-crow, following wherever human beings lead the way, never left the limits of the camp.
The hawk's task is over when the battle is won, and he who has but the sword for weapon is no hawk, but carrion-crow.
The carrion-crow and chattering-crows are called here mackeraws, and are like those I described in the West Indies.
It may have been the hue of the carrion-crow for all you know.
Badb: the war-fury, or goddess of war and carnage; she was wont to appear in the form of a carrion-crow.
No sound is heard in that place save only the call of the carrion-crow by day, and the dismal hooting of the owl by night.
The name “carrion-crow” has been applied to the buzzard in Louisiana from an early period of its American history.