bird (part of speech: noun)
goose, ringtail, sheldrake, crested jay, starling, penguin, yellowbird, pelican, bluebill, crane, barn owl, condor, tit, lark, rook, blackbird, partridge, egret, stork, crow, ibis, duck, bird, mallard, heron, nuthatch, teal, parakeet, grouse, swan, road runner, owl, turtledove, loon, hummingbird, parrot, wren, tern, bittern, peregrine, mourning dove, harrier, dove, horned owl, kingfisher, canary, sandpiper, woodpecker, gull, peacock, mockingbird, osprey, thrush, cormorant, eagle, cuckoo, weaver, ostrich, grosbeak, cockatoo, jackdaw, cardinal, dodo, chickadee, goldfinch, sea gull, oriole, pigeon, coot, swift, quetzal, falcon, hawk, grackle, nightingale, redbird, booby, waxwing, spoonbill, robin, Canada goose, blue jay, myna, squab, bluebird, redwing, lovebird, swallow, plover, curlew, bald eagle, macaw, emu, cassowary, puffin, turkey, flamingo, magpie, pheasant, songbird, finch, jay, buzzard, bullfinch, sparrow, snipe, albatross, raven
evildoer (part of speech: noun)
crook, hooligan, hoodlum, monster, fiend, thug, devil, ogre, law breaker, snake, tyrant, desperado, viper, thief, bad guy, scoundrel, cutthroat, wrongdoer, terrorist, demon, criminal, brute, tough, vampire, ruffian, vandal, evildoer, bully, gunman
- If Flint were Vulture, Waldron was Tiger, indeed. - "The Air Trust", George Allan England.
- Returning after a week's absence, we are told that Mr. Pickwick with Sam straightway returned to his old quarters at the 'George and Vulture. - "The Inns and Taverns of "Pickwick" With Some Observations on their Other Associations", B.W. Matz.
- The vulture hopes for sleep to end in death, that he may live upon the carrion thereof. - "The-Light-of-Egypt-or-the-science-of-the-soul-and-the-stars-Volume-2", Burgoyne, Thomas H..