Magpie synonyms

măg'pī'
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Any of several passerine birds, mostly from South America; especially the cotingas.
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The flexible air-filled chamber of a bagpipe or similar instrument.
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Gossip
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A large bird (Corvus corax) of the Northern Hemisphere, having black plumage and a croaking cry.
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Any of various birds, as a large-tailed grackle (Quiscalus mexicanus)
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Any of various birds of several genera in the family Corvidae, usually brightly colored and often having a loud, harsh call.
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Any of numerous songbirds of the family Timaliidae, found mostly in tropical and subtropical Southeast Asian and African forests.
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A person who prates; a chatterer.
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An extremely talkative person.
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Anything that spouts.
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(Chemistry) A substance added to a mixture to remove or inactivate impurities.
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(Informal) A person who habitually saves unneeded, miscellaneous items
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A baldheaded person
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The bitter water solution of bromides, magnesium, and calcium salts remaining after sodium chloride is crystallized out of seawater.
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Any of various other black-crowned birds, such as the chickadee.
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The largest species of European grouse (Tetrao urogallus)
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A large flightless bird of the genus Casuarius, native to Australia and New Guinea, with a characteristic bony crest on its head, and can be very dangerous.
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A bird, Pipilo erythrophthalmus, the Eastern towhee.
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A small, crested Australian parrot (Nymphicus hollandicus) with a long tail and yellow head
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A gold coin of some South American countries bearing the figure of one of these vultures.
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Any of several rails with long legs and a short bill; esp., the corncrake
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A wood pigeon (Columba palumbus)
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Any of various similar birds of the family Tyrannidae, found throughout the Americas.
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A small freshwater European duck (Anas querquedula) resembling the American blue-winged teal
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A New World plover (Charadrius vociferus) that has a distinctive noisy cry and two black bands across its breast.
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An Australian kingfisher (Dacelo gigas) with an abrupt, harsh cry suggestive of loud laughter
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A very large Old World vulture (Gypaetus barbatus) with grayish-black plumage streaked with white and a tuft of bristles over the nostrils and under the bill; bearded vulture
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A silly man.
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Any of several swallows (esp. genus Progne), as the purple martin and various Old World birds (esp. Delichon urbica)
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Any of various starlings found in South and Southeast Asia and on some islands of the South Pacific, most of which are bluish-black or dark brown with a yellow bill. Certain species, especially the hill myna, are known for mimicry of human speech.
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Any of several herons most active at night or twilight
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A ballet by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
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A small brownish bunting (Emberiza hortulana) of Eurasia and Africa, eaten as a delicacy.
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(Former) great auk
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The Siouan language of the Crow.
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Either of two migratory shorebirds (Tringa totanus or T. erythropus) of the Eastern Hemisphere, having long red legs.
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The capuchin monkey
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Any of a genus (Sphyrapicus) of American woodpeckers that often drill holes in trees for the sap and the insects the sap attracts
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An English surname​.
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A tall wading bird (Balaeniceps rex) native to swampy regions of eastern tropical Africa, having slaty plumage, long legs, a stubby neck, and a large shoelike bill with a hook on the upper mandible.
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Any of various neotropical frugivorous birds from the family Ramphastidae, with a large colorful beak.
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A songbird (Pipilo erythrophthalmus) of eastern North America having black, white, and rust-colored plumage in the male.
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A taxonomic genus within the family Phasianidae "” the tragopans.
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A small, brown and cream-colored thrush (Catharus fuscescens) of the E U.S.
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Any of various Old World passerine birds, resembling finches, that build complex, communal nests
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A dark, insect-eating, nocturnal nightjar (Caprimulgus vociferus) of E North America
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Alternative spelling of wigeon.
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Any of various birds that are mostly yellow in color, as the yellow warbler or several American goldfinches
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Either of two birds in the genus Tringa, with yellow legs.
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Any of a genus (Geothlypis) of American wood warblers with a yellow breast and throat
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