Definition of Greater whitethroat

1. Noun. Greyish-brown Old World warbler with a white throat and underparts.

Exact synonyms: Sylvia Communis, Whitethroat
Generic synonyms: Warbler



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Greater Whitethroat

greater scaup
greater scaups
greater sciatic notch
greater spearwort
greater splanchnic nerve
greater stitchwort
greater superficial petrosal nerve
greater supraclavicular fossa
greater than
greater thans
greater trochanter
greater tuberosity of humerus
greater tympanic spine
greater water parsnip
greater whitethroat (current term)
greater wing of sphenoid bone
greater yellowlegs
greater zygomatic muscle
greatest
greatest common divisor
greatest common divisors
greatest common factor
greatest length
greatest thing since sliced bread
greatgrandchildren
greathearted
greatheartedly
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greatness

Literary usage of Greater whitethroat

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

1. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1890)
"... and other homely names with perhaps more than one congener, while to the writers and naden of books it is by way of distinction the greater whitethroat. ..."

2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1889)
"Its nest is smaller and formed of more delicate materials than that of the greater whitethroat, though these are from plants of the same species. ..."

3. An Illustrated Manual of British Birds by Howard Saunders (1899)
"Sundevall states that this species, the greater whitethroat, and the Barred Warbler, all have a spring moult. ..."

4. Publications by English Dialect Society (1881)
"In Warwickshire the same birds are called 'mollies.' The greater whitethroat is sometimes distinguished as ' great ..."

5. The Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne by Gilbert White (1901)
"White is only at fault in slightly exaggerating the fact that the greater whitethroat is, in the breeding season, a bird of the fields and hedgerows. ..."

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