White-stork definition

The common stork (Ciconia ciconia) of Eurasia and Africa, having black and white plumage, a dark red bill, and pinkish-red legs.
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A large wading bird, Ciconia ciconia, that winters in Africa and breeds in Europe; in mythology, it delivers babies.
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Attributive form of white stork, noun.

It had a white-stork look.

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Noun

Singular:
white-stork
Plural:
white-storks