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NYT Tidy one’s feathers Crossword Clue Puzzle Answer from July 09, 2024

Here is the answer to NYT Tidy one’s feathers crossword clue featured in NYT Crossword puzzle. The answer is PREEN.

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Updated Jul 09, 2024

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NYT Tidy one’s feathers Crossword Clue Puzzle Answer from July 09, 2024

Tidy one’s feathers NYT Crossword Clue Answer

Let’s find the answers to Tidy one’s feathers NYT for the 09 July 2024 edition of NYT crossword puzzle. Answer Contains 5 letters. Start with P and end with N, and the possible solutions are PAEAN,PAEON,PREEN.

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The answer is PREEN.

"Preen" is a verb commonly used to describe the action of a bird grooming itself to maintain the cleanliness and arrangement of its feathers. When birds preen, they use their beaks to remove dirt, parasites, and dust, as well as to straighten and position their feathers correctly.

This behavior is crucial for birds as it helps keep their plumage in optimal condition, ensuring that their feathers remain waterproof and aerodynamically efficient for flying. The term "preen" can also be used metaphorically to describe a person who is meticulously grooming or showing excessive pride in their appearance. In essence, whether applied to birds or humans, "preen" signifies an act of meticulous self-care and attention to one's presentation.

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