Definition of Mockingbirds

1. Noun. (plural of mockingbird) ¹



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Definition of Mockingbirds

1. mockingbird [n] - See also: mockingbird

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mockingbirds

mockbuster
mockbusters
mocked
mocker
mockeries
mockernut
mockernut hickory
mockers
mockery
mocking
mocking bird
mocking birds
mocking is catching
mocking thrush
mockingbird
mockingbirds (current term)
mockingly
mockings
mockingstock
mockish
mockney
mockneys
mocks
mockt
mocktail
mocktails
mocktini
mocktinis
mockumentaries
mockumentary

Literary usage of Mockingbirds

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1. Western Birds by Harriet Williams Myers (1922)
"FAMILY—MIMID^E: THRASHERS, mockingbirds, ETC. IN this family we have some fifteen species and subspecies of birds which are dull plumaged, the sexes being ..."

2. Little Folks' Land: The Story of a Little Boy in a Big World by Madge Alford Bigham (1907)
"The Baby mockingbirds Wednesday WHEN Mr. and Mrs. Mockingbird made their nest ... When the baby mockingbirds came, though, Mr. Mockingbird did not have time ..."

3. The Auk: Quarterly Journal of Ornithology by American Ornithologists' Union, Nuttall Ornithological Club (1895)
"258) will be found a short account of the capture of three mockingbirds (Mimas ... On Mav 19, 1895, I found two mockingbirds along Crow Creek six miles west ..."

4. Handbook of Nature-study for Teachers and Parents: Based on the Cornell by Anna Botsford Comstock (1911)
"Have you seen two mockingbirds dancing before each other just before the ... What is the natural food of the mockingbirds and how do they benefit the farmer ..."

5. Wild Animals of Glacier National Park: The Mammals, with Notes on by United States National Park Service, Vernon Bailey, Florence Merriam Bailey (1918)
"Family MIMID.3E: mockingbirds, Catbirds, etc. CATBIRD: Dumetella caroline-nsis.—At the upper St. Mary Lake, July 21, when looking for new and strange ..."

6. Handbook of Birds of Eastern North America: With Introductory Chapters on by Frank Michler Chapman (1912)
"This was a phenomenal performance, one I have never heard approached, for in my experience many mockingbirds have no notes besides their own, ..."

7. The Wilson Bulletin by Wilson Ornithological Club, Nebraska Ornithologists' Union, Wilson Ornithological Society (1900)
"Yes- sir, we got two kinds, the English and the French mockingbirds. ... I also heard the Brown Thrasher called "Red" and "Rusty mockingbirds. ..."

8. The Condor by Cooper Ornithological Society, Cooper Ornithological Club (1899)
"mockingbirds were present in moderate numbers, but were likewise quiet. ... However with the cactus factor acting on the Catalina mockingbirds for several ..."

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