Definition of Bellbirds

1. Noun. (plural of bellbird) ¹



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Definition of Bellbirds

1. bellbird [n] - See also: bellbird

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bellbirds

bella sombra
belladonna
belladonna alkaloid
belladonna alkaloids
belladonna extract
belladonna lily
belladonna ophthalmologic
belladonna tincture
belladonnas
belladonnine
bellarmine
bellbergite
bellbind
bellbinds
bellbird
bellbirds (current term)
bellbottom trousers
bellbottoms
bellboy
bellboys
bellcote
bellcotes
belle
belle-lettrist
belle-lettrists
belle de nuit
belle esprit
belle indifference
belle laide
belle of the ball

Literary usage of Bellbirds

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1. Adventure Guide to Trinidad & Tobago by Kathleen O'Donnell, S Harry Pefkaros (2000)
"... providing a home for hummingbirds, toucans, bellbirds, manikins, tanagers, and the rare oilbird. See Sightseeing, page 95, and Guide Services, page 216, ..."

2. Adventure Guide to Costa Rica by Bruce Conord (2005)
"... including 30 types of hummingbirds and such odd specimens as three-wattled bellbirds and bare-necked umbrella birds. Ground-dwelling residents include ..."

3. Panama Adventure Guide by Patricia Katzman (2004)
"More than 400 bird species have been identified in the region, including rare bare-necked umbrella birds, quetzals, bellbirds, harpy eagles, ..."

4. Nature's Strongholds: The World's Great Wildlife Reserves by Laura Riley, William Riley (2005)
"... guests and arranges bird tours, has blue-crowned mot-mots with lacy tail patterns coming to tea from woods ringing with bearded bellbirds' calls. ..."

5. A Handbook for Travellers in New Zealand: Auckland, the Hot Lake District by John Murray (Firm), F. W. Pennefather (1893)
"Kakas, wood pigeons, tuis, bellbirds, wrens, and other varieties are also seen. Paradise ducks and blue ducks are found in the streams. ..."

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