cas|so|war|y «KAS uh WEHR ee», noun, plural -war|ies.
a large bird of Australia and New Guinea like an ostrich, but smaller. Cassowaries run swiftly but cannot fly.
[< Malay (burong) k cassowary (bird)]

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