bird[ burd ]SEE DEFINITION OF bird
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BIRD
A barrel may sound hollow, but not a bird--this wiseacre acquaints us.
This will permit the bird to be spread apart, as in Fig. 25.
Add the seasonings, mix thoroughly, and stuff into the bird.
On the right is a god who seems to be setting free a bird from his right hand.
The ornithopter has hinged planes which work like the wings of a bird.
And immediately the bird began to sing, and did not go away until it was told to do so.
It was probably merely the beating of the wings of a night bird.
Here A is the bird, and B the general outline of the machine.
So different—so full of life, like a bird, when you are alone in the woods?
They don't understand you, and they just get up and walk out or give you the bird!