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Things raven often describes (“raven ________”)
hair, hart, press, hill, stone, hansen, face, locks, god, money, thomson, boy, schofield, down, interview, eyes, banner, feeder, woman, publishers, black, lippincott, flag, bit, duck, roberts, flight, mica, clan, bird, sing, scavenging, heart, mask, crow, family, feathers, thought, blackness, flocks, bed, right, feeding, tree, rock, rattle, brows, prince, hypothesis, son, army, friend, goddesses, mane, croaks, oogenesis, dies, wine, croak, transformations, plume, flights, clay, property, voice

Descriptive words:
lippincott, black, old, big, little, white, young, night, stately, common, tame, necked, northern, huge, dead, hoarse, solitary, lippincon, dark, grim, non, stuffed, lippincolt, l.ippincott, lippincotl, lippincot, wise, hungry, wild, boding, lone, giant, uppincott, eyed, winged, danish, ominous, glossy, i.ippincott, lippincort, feathered, occasional, enormous, sea, solemn, wakeful, mischievous, sad, lippmcott, hateful, biblical, greedy, lippencott, swart, lippincoit, headed, runa, feather'd, thirsty, dismal, legged, lippincoti, foul, ppincott, omened, nonblack, loving, lonely, gigantic, lippincoll, potent


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See raven used in context: 32 rhymes, 16 Shakespeare works, 1 Mother Goose rhyme, several books and articles.

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