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Definition of Moosebird
1. [n -S]
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Moosebird
Literary usage of Moosebird
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1. Outing (1892)
"A gray, fluffy-feathered ''moosebird "— the " whisky jack," or jay of the North— came drifting silently as a blown leaf from some unknown retreat, ..."
2. Sport and Travel Papers by Henry Melladew (1909)
"From a spruce branch a moosebird peers wistfully at me and no doubt considers the likelihood or otherwise of any scraps for him when my lunch shall have ..."
3. A Review of the Ornithology of Minnesota by Thomas Sadler Roberts (1919)
"SR and south HH Hoyt's Horned Lark. WV; chiefly W. Family:—Crows, Jays, etc. Blue Jay. PR Canada Jay, moosebird, CAMP-ROBBER. Can:—PR Northern Raven. ..."