ostrich ostrich /ˈɔ strɪtʃ/
- (n) a person who refuses to face reality or recognize the truth (a reference to the popular notion that the ostrich hides from danger by burying its head in the sand)
- (n) fast-running African flightless bird with two-toed feet; largest living bird
- The ostrich feather business has one thing in common with the buggy-whip industry and the horse.
- The meat is very red, redder than ostrich, and people are surprised when they try it because it has such a unique taste.
- Fanatically health-conscious Americans long ago deserted red meat, but they may soon flock back, attracted by a new entry on the menu: ground ostrich.
- From ostrich eggs to locally distilled spirits, you can probably find it at the Kingston Farmers Market's slightly new location.on June 9, 2013 Source: Middletown Times Herald-Record
- Because kids shouldn't drink coffee everyday, check out today's mid-day links: education-shaming Orthodox Jews, Hamptons spying, racy Pamela Anderson ad, Buzzfeed headlines, Bronx STDs, and a baby ostrich. Don't forget to follow Gothamist on Twitter and like us on Facebook . You can also get the top stories mailed to you— sign up here . [ more › ]on June 6, 2013 Source: Gothamist
- A East Hampton landscaper wants to nip this crime in the bud. Kevin Keyser had 60 ostrich fern plants brazenly stolen from his front yard — and he’s digging in for a fight to find the thieves with a new lawn sign. “$1,000 reward for the low life stealing...on June 6, 2013 Source: New York Post
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- "I don't know if I've ever had ostrich before," said Buser, when a plate of seared ostrich medallions, prawns and scallops with pancetta and pomegranate mustard, prepared on a three-burner stove by a gourmet chef flown in from Anchorage, was set...on Mar 9, 2007 By: Martin Buser Source: Forbes
- At one point Musharraf said Karzai is behaving "like an ostrich," refusing to acknowledge the truth and trying to shore up his political standing at home.on Sep 27, 2006 By: Pervez Musharraf Source: International Herald Tribune
- In a statement issued after news first arrived of Secretary Rice's 30 minute meeting with Syria's foreign minister Walid al-Moallem, Lantos called it, in his words, "a marked improvement in the administration's ostrich policy approach."on May 3, 2007 By: Tom Lantos Source: Voice of America