Definition of Jaybirds

1. Noun. (plural of jaybird) ¹



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Definition of Jaybirds

1. jaybird [n] - See also: jaybird

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jaybirds

jawlike
jawline
jawlines
jawn
jawns
jaws
jaws of death
jaws of life
jawsmith
jawsmiths
jawy
jaxies
jaxy
jay
jaybird
jaybirds (current term)
jayet
jaygee
jaygees
jayhawker
jayhawkers
jaylike
jays
jayvee
jayvees
jaywalk
jaywalked
jaywalker
jaywalkers
jaywalking

Literary usage of Jaybirds

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1. Little Folks' Land: The Story of a Little Boy in a Big World by Madge Alford Bigham (1907)
"And there would just be acorns for supper; and Mr. Jaybird and Mrs. Jaybird and all the little jaybirds got as fat as fat could be, eating acorns. ..."

2. Negro Folk Rhymes: Wise and Otherwise by Thomas Washington Talley (1922)
"... of the great misfortunes which overtook a Negro who tried to get his living by hunting jaybirds. Finally it also belongs under the heading Superstitions ..."

3. Rural Rhymes by Silas Bettes McManus, William E. Hutchinson (1898)
"Truer'n Steel THE jaybirds (-LEANIN' on the bar-post, an' a-thinkin' fer a minit, An' shellin' fer the ..."

4. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1878)
"... tolerates no interference with his business by jackdaws, jaybirds and other police agents of the woods. In his excursions to the upper ..."

5. St. Nicholas by Mary Mapes Dodge (1906)
"... decided to go out to the country and endeavor to procure something entirely new and rare from the egg-collector's standpoint. Of robins', jaybirds' ..."

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