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Meanings of Birching:

verb

Beat (someone) with a bundle of birch twigs as a formal punishment.

Usage examples:

The school would attempt to birch them into submission
noun

A slender hardy tree which has thin peeling bark and bears catkins. birch trees grow chiefly in northern temperate regions and yield hard, pale, fine-grained timber.

Usage examples:

Police want to identify areas where the western hemlock (tsuga heterophylla) and the birch tree gro…

Meanings of Birchwood:

noun

A slender hardy tree which has thin peeling bark and bears catkins. birch trees grow chiefly in northern temperate regions and yield hard, pale, fine-grained timber.

Usage examples:

Police want to identify areas where the western hemlock (tsuga heterophylla) and the birch tree gro…
verb

Beat (someone) with a bundle of birch twigs as a formal punishment.

Usage examples:

The school would attempt to birch them into submission

Meanings of Bird:

noun

A warm-blooded egg-laying vertebrate animal distinguished by the possession of feathers, wings, a beak, and typically by being able to fly.

Usage examples:

I am currently using turkey feathers to fletch with, after spending half a day on a commercial turk…

Bird-of-passage

ˌbɜːd əv ˈpæs.ɪdʒ

Meanings of Bird-of-passage:

noun

A bird that migrates (= moves from one area to another when the season changes)

Usage examples:

At present the organization has to rely on young, inexperienced graduates who are usually birds of …

Meanings of Bird-of-prey:

noun

A bird such as a hawk or an eagle that kills and eats small birds and animals

Meanings of Bird’s-eye view:

noun

A general view from above.

Usage examples:

At this vantage point it's possible to have a bird's-eye view

Meanings of Birdbath:

noun

A small basin placed in a garden and filled with water for birds to bathe in.

Usage examples:

Be sure to clean out and fill the bird bath with fresh water twice a week in hot weather.

Meanings of Birdbaths:

noun

A small basin placed in a garden and filled with water for birds to bathe in.

Usage examples:

Be sure to clean out and fill the bird bath with fresh water twice a week in hot weather.

Meanings of Birdbrain:

noun

A silly or stupid person.

Usage examples:

Instead of being the classic pair of sweet-but-boring lovers, hero and philia are a pair of birdbra…

Meanings of Birdbrained:

adjective

Stupid

Usage examples:

Frankly, it seems like a birdbrained thing to do., he came up with a birdbrained scheme to sell cha…

Meanings of Birdbrains:

noun

A silly or stupid person.

Usage examples:

Instead of being the classic pair of sweet-but-boring lovers, hero and philia are a pair of birdbra…

Meanings of Birdcage:

noun

A cage for pet birds, typically made of wire or cane.

Usage examples:

He always loved birds,’ said anthony, pointing to the three birdcages with birds hanging up in his …

Meanings of Birdcages:

noun

A cage for pet birds, typically made of wire or cane.

Usage examples:

He always loved birds,’ said anthony, pointing to the three birdcages with birds hanging up in his …

Meanings of Birdcall:

noun

The characteristic cry of a bird.

Meanings of Birdcalls:

noun

The characteristic cry of a bird.

Meanings of Birder:

noun

A birdwatcher.

Usage examples:

Local birders hosted early morning birds walks in local natural areas on 8 august and 9 august.

Meanings of Birders:

noun

A birdwatcher.

Usage examples:

Local birders hosted early morning birds walks in local natural areas on 8 august and 9 august.

Meanings of Birdhouse:

noun

A box, typically made to resemble a house, provided for a bird to make its nest in; a nest box.

Usage examples:

I also enjoyed making a bird house to take home.

Meanings of Birdhouses:

noun

A box, typically made to resemble a house, provided for a bird to make its nest in; a nest box.

Usage examples:

I also enjoyed making a bird house to take home.

Meanings of Birdie:

noun

A child's term for a bird.

Usage examples:

His cartooning never condescends to its subject, even when he's drawing his pitiful owl terrifying …
verb

Play (a hole) with a score of one stroke under par.

Usage examples:

Drummond birdied the 16th and 17th for a 73

Meanings of Birdied:

verb

Play (a hole) with a score of one stroke under par.

Usage examples:

Drummond birdied the 16th and 17th for a 73
noun

A child's term for a bird.

Usage examples:

His cartooning never condescends to its subject, even when he's drawing his pitiful owl terrifying …

Meanings of Birdies:

noun

A child's term for a bird.

Usage examples:

His cartooning never condescends to its subject, even when he's drawing his pitiful owl terrifying …
verb

Play (a hole) with a score of one stroke under par.

Usage examples:

Drummond birdied the 16th and 17th for a 73

Meanings of Birding:

noun

The observation of birds in their natural habitats as a hobby.

Usage examples:

My four day trip to some other bases was very productive for birding and other nature observations.

Meanings of Birdlife:

noun

Birds collectively; the birds of a region.

Usage examples:

The birdlife includes herons, dotterels, oystercatchers, and swarms of seagulls

Meanings of Birdlike:

adjective

Resembling a bird in appearance or behaviour.

Usage examples:

A mythical birdlike creature

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