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noun as in chatterbox

noun as in pack rat

noun as in scavenger

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noun as in talker

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It also often explores the relationships that corvids—a family of birds including crows, magpies, and ravens—develop with human beings.

“I was sick of my life as it was,” Magpie remembers of the first half of the last decade.

She’s depressed and isolating herself from her loved ones, but things start to change for the better once an injured baby magpie named Penguin is fatefully brought into her life.

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Television is a magpie, and it will take back to its stuffed nest whatever shiny things it can find.

Instead, he was more of a magpie, listening to what came before and incorporating it into his own inimitable music.

Turn Up The Trustafarian Chic: As Tory Burch said of her collection, it's "American prep meets magpie traveler."

But the latter caught him by the coat sleeve and held on while she chattered like a magpie to the young college man.

Could that be the wild beasts of which the magpie had warned him?

"She doesn't believe you, anyhow," said Lionel to the magpie.

The meadowlark was given a pleasing voice so that his songs would make the magpie ashamed.

Harakka, the Magpie, sitting on her nest among her fledglings began to feel nervous.


On this page you'll find 27 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to magpie, such as: blabbermouth, busybody, clack, gossip, and windbag.

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