She was confident that by this time he had heard through Mrs. condor of her mother's illness and her loss of position.
It is the condor, the largest of the vulture tribe; the monarch of the birds of that region.
The weight of the humming-bird is one drachm, that of the condor not less than four stone.
The condor, when in full plumage, might be called a black-and-white bird.
The condor, which inhabits the higher Cordilleras, is peculiar to the whole Andean region, and is the largest of the Raptores.
The condor, however, is one of the most ravenous of his species.
He hoped again that Mrs. condor's desire to see him had to do with Claire—more particularly with her dismissal as accompanist.
For I knew that I could both fight and tell lies, besides defying the condor.
The condor thoughtfully stretched his wings as he considered how to explain this to the children.
I hope there will be no more ill-feeling between us, condor,' he said.
c.1600, from American Spanish, from Quechua cuntur, the native name for the bird.