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noun as in aviary

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noun as in roost

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Example Sentences

The village in “Pillar” pivots on a giantess’s hips, while “Vacancy” depicts an off-kilter woman covered in unoccupied birdhouses.

A nest box is a bit like a birdhouse without the emphasis on decorative elements.

Already, after the researchers placed several bird boxes on utility poles on the island that were too wide for brown tree snakes to lasso their way up, “the birds adopted these birdhouses and have done very, very well,” she says.

Old Ringtail, as sure as I am standing here, and by the looks of things, trying his best to roost in my birdhouse!

The next morning I arose early and screened in the little birdhouse balcony.

I could see the hut and the little birdhouse black against the water.

A bluebird family has rented the birdhouse that my father built in our back yard.

But the woman betook herself home to the house again, made a new birdhouse, and dedicated it to the soul of her husband.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to birdhouse, such as: columbary, and volary.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.