Definition of Honeycreepers

1. Noun. (plural of honeycreeper) ¹



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Definition of Honeycreepers

1. honeycreeper [n] - See also: honeycreeper

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Honeycreepers

honeycake
honeycakes
honeycomb
honeycomb conjecture
honeycomb lung
honeycomb macula
honeycomb pattern
honeycomb ringworm
honeycomb stomach
honeycomb tripe
honeycombed
honeycombing
honeycomblike
honeycombs
honeycreeper
honeycreepers (current term)
honeydew
honeydew list
honeydew melon
honeydew melons
honeydews
honeyeater
honeyeaters
honeyed
honeyed words
honeyedly
honeyflower
honeyful
honeyguide
honeyguides

Literary usage of Honeycreepers

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

1. Adventure Guide to Guatemala by Shelagh McNally (2003)
"Colorful trogons or honeycreepers flit about while curious howler monkeys follow visitors around. Unfortunately, the lagoon has crocodiles, so swimming is ..."

2. Adventure Guide to Guatemala by Shelagh McNally (2003)
"Colorful trogons or honeycreepers flit about while curious howler monkeys follow visitors around. Unfortunately, the lagoon has crocodiles, so swimming is ..."

3. Panama Adventure Guide by Patricia Katzman (2004)
"... mot-mots, honeycreepers, keel-billed and chestnut mandibled toucans, tan. agers in an array of colors, vireos, and dozens more. ..."

4. Panama Adventure Guide by Patricia Katzman (2004)
"... mot-mots, honeycreepers, keel-billed and chestnut mandibled toucans, tan. agers in an array of colors, vireos, and dozens more. ..."

5. Nature's Strongholds: The World's Great Wildlife Reserves by Laura Riley, William Riley (2005)
"Metropolitan Natural Park, an urban rain forest with red-legged honeycreepers, trogons, keel- billed toucans, and marmosets, known locally as "mono titi. ..."

6. Jungle Peace by William Beebe (1918)
"_ of woodpeckers, the soft greens and buffs of flycatchers, all these paled when a flock of mana- kins or tanagers or honeycreepers came to the tree. ..."

7. Nature's Strongholds: The World's Great Wildlife Reserves by Laura Riley, William Riley (2005)
"Metropolitan Natural Park, an urban rain forest with red-legged honeycreepers, trogons, keel- billed toucans, and marmosets, known locally as "mono titi. ..."

8. Trinidad & Tobagoby Don Philpott by Don Philpott (2002)
"... red-bellied macaw, squirrel and striped cuckoos, humming birds, flycatchers, vireos, orioles, tanagers, honeycreepers. doves and many types of finch. ..."

9. Potluck: Stories That Taste Like Hawaii by Catherine Bridges Tarleton (2001)
"I could actually see them, red honeycreepers and 'elepaio and what are those? flickering in the high, living canopy. Like tiny colorful angels. ..."

10. Jungle Peace by William Beebe (1918)
"_ of woodpeckers, the soft greens and buffs of flycatchers, all these paled when a flock of mana- kins or tanagers or honeycreepers came to the tree. ..."

11. Trinidad & Tobagoby Don Philpott by Don Philpott (2002)
"... red-bellied macaw, squirrel and striped cuckoos, humming birds, flycatchers, vireos, orioles, tanagers, honeycreepers. doves and many types of finch. ..."

12. Potluck: Stories That Taste Like Hawaii by Catherine Bridges Tarleton (2001)
"I could actually see them, red honeycreepers and 'elepaio and what are those? flickering in the high, living canopy. Like tiny colorful angels. ..."

13. Harmful Non-Indigenous Species in the United States (1994)
"Similarly, a single colonizing finch species gave rise to 40 remarkably varied species of honeycreepers. This evolutionary proliferation of species has ..."

14. Harmful Non-Indigenous Species in the United States (1994)
"Similarly, a single colonizing finch species gave rise to 40 remarkably varied species of honeycreepers. This evolutionary proliferation of species has ..."

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