Definition of Birdsongs

1. Noun. (plural of birdsong) ¹



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Definition of Birdsongs

1. birdsong [n] - See also: birdsong

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Birdsongs

birdseeds
birdseller
birdseye
birdseyes
birdshop
birdshops
birdshot
birdshots
birdsit
birdsits
birdsitting
birdskin
birdskins
birdsong
birdsongs (current term)
birdstrike
birdstrikes
birdtable
birdtables
birdwatch
birdwatched
birdwatcher
birdwatchers
birdwatches
birdwatching
birdwing
birdwings
birdwoman
birdwomen

Literary usage of Birdsongs

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Sporting Dog by Joseph Alexander Graham (1904)
"The Triggs are a combination of Maupins and birdsongs. ... combining the toughness of the Maupins together with the speed and energy of the birdsongs. ..."

2. Hispanic Anthology by Thomas Walsh (1920)
"... grave, Some with the shock of arms, some, birdsongs brave; From East and West, from South as well as North, Metres and stanzas bowing hurried forth. ..."

3. The English Illustrated Magazine (1905)
"Cooled by the breath of soft descending Blinde; The winds make rust lings throug-h the leafy trees With vok-es half dismayed. birdsongs are ..."

4. The Poetical Works of John Payne by John Payne (1902)
"... the breezes were a-tune Again with birdsongs, and the boon Of scent within the flowers once more Was golden, nor the heavens wore The hue of horror and ..."

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