Definition of Bluejay

1. Noun. (alternative spelling of blue jay) ¹



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Definition of Bluejay

1. a corvine bird [n -JAYS]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bluejay

blueheads
blueing
blueings
blueish
blueism
bluejack
bluejack oak
bluejacked
bluejacker
bluejackers
bluejacket
bluejackets
bluejacking
bluejackings
bluejacks
bluejay (current term)
bluejays
bluejeans
bluejet
bluejets
blueline
blueliner
blueliners
bluelines
bluelink
bluelinks
bluely
blueness
bluenesses
bluenette

Literary usage of Bluejay

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1. The Pet Book by Anna Botsford Comstock (1914)
"THE bluejay C(F YOU desire a pet to test the patience of the household, by all means take a nestling bluejay and rear it. It will be happy all day long, ..."

2. The Dawn of the World: Myths and Weird Tales Told by the Mewan Indians of by Clinton Hart Merriam (1910)
"KI'-KI'-AH THE MOUNTAIN bluejay The Middle ... the Crested bluejay of the mountains, plants acorns so that oak trees come up almost everywhere. ..."

3. Rivers to the Sea by Sara Teasdale (1915)
"A WINTER bluejay CRISPLY the bright snow whispered, Crunching beneath our feet; Behind us as we walked along the parkway, Our shadows danced, ..."

4. Spoken English: A Method of Improving Speech and Reading by Studying Voice by Samuel Silas Curry (1913)
"JIM BAKER ON THE bluejay There's more to a bluejay than to any other creature. He has more kinds of feeling than any other creature; and mind you, ..."

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