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parts of speech:
noun, intransitive verb
birds of a feather, kill two birds with one stone
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part of speech: noun
definition 1: a warm-blooded, egg-laying vertebrate animal with wings and feathers, which usu. has the ability to fly.
definition 2: (informal) an odd person.
definition 3: (slang) a contemptuous noise made with the mouth; raspberry.
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phrase: birds of a feather
phrase: kill two birds with one stone
part of speech: intransitive verb
inflections: birds, birding, birded
definition 1: to view birds in their natural surroundings.
definition 2: to hunt or catch birds.
derivation: birdlike (adj.)
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broader categories that include birds
characteristics of some birds
group of birds
parts of some birds
produced by birds
some behaviors of birds
some categories of birds
some examples of bird
some female birds
some growth processes of birds
some male birds
some places for birds
sounds of some birds
study of birds
things that bird eat
used for measuring birds
young of some birds