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Another word for bird

  1. Any of various derisive sounds of disapproval

      1. A raspberry sound; a Bronx cheer.
      2. To deride, heckle, or tease:
      1. Any of various shrubby, usually prickly plants of the genus Rubus of the rose family that bear edible fruit, especially R. idaeus of eastern North America and Eurasia.
      2. The aggregate fruit of any of these plants, consisting of many small, fleshy, usually red drupelets.
      3. A moderate to dark or deep purplish red.
      1. A loud sound expressing disapproval; a raspberry.
      1. To utter the characteristic cry of an owl.
      2. To make a loud raucous cry, especially of derision or contempt.
      3. To shout down or drive off with jeering cries:
      1. A sharp sibilant sound similar to a sustained s.
      2. An expression of disapproval, contempt, or dissatisfaction conveyed by use of this sound.
      3. To make a hiss:
      1. A harsh or shrill call or whistle expressing derision or disapproval.
      2. To express derision or disapproval of with catcalls.
      3. To make catcalls.
      1. A sound uttered to show contempt, scorn, or disapproval.
      2. Any sound or word:
      3. Used to express contempt, scorn, or disapproval or to frighten or surprise another.
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Another word for bird

  1. A game bird

      1. Any of various plump, chiefly ground-dwelling gallinaceous birds of the subfamily Tetraoninae of northern North America and Eurasia, characteristically having feathered legs and nostrils and mottled plumage.
      1. Any of several woodland birds of the genus Scolopax found in Eurasia, Africa, and North America, having brownish plumage, short legs, and a long bill. The woodcocks are in the same family as the sandpipers and other shorebirds.
      1. Any of various primarily ground-dwelling birds of the genus Coturnix, especially C. coturnix, small in size and having mottled brown plumage and a short tail.
      2. Any of various similar or related birds of the Americas, such as the bobwhite or the California quail.
      1. Any of various plump-bodied game birds of several genera in the family Phasianidae, native to Eurasia and Africa and introduced elsewhere.
      2. Any of several game birds, such as the ruffed grouse or the bobwhite, similar to a partridge.
      1. An activity providing entertainment or amusement; a pastime:
      2. A competitive activity or sport in which players contend with each other according to a set of rules:
      3. A single instance of such an activity:
      1. A wild game bird, such as a duck, goose, or quail.