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Definition of Timberdoodle
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Timberdoodle
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1. The Sportsman's Gazetteer and General Guide: The Game Animals, Birds and by Charles Hallock (1877)
"English, i55. timberdoodle, i54, Woodcock, dog for shooting, i57. T. YEt.t.OW t.EGS, i64. big, i70. greater, i64. lesser, i64, i70. Yellow shanks, i70. ..."
2. Feathered Game of the Northeast by Walter Herbert Rich (1907)
"Mr. timberdoodle is an odd-looking bird. His striking personality will command the attention of anyone who may meet him. A plump and chunky body is he, ..."
3. The Universal review (1859)
"Gin-sling, gin-cocktail, snakeroot bitters, timberdoodle, egg-nog, remain still unknown to his palate. Dr. Mackay appears to have stuck, for the most part, ..."
4. The Sportsman's Gazetteer and General Guide: The Game Animals, Birds and by Charles Hallock (1877)
"WOODCOCK, 154. American, 154. bog sucker, 154. English, 155. timberdoodle, 154. Woodcock, dog for shooting, 157. T. VRI. ..."