Definitions

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  • adj. Excited due to having encountered a bird or its scent.
  • n. Alternative spelling of birdie.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The more I've thought about it though - and yes, I probably do have too much spare time to think about all things 'birdy' - the less sure I've become.

    10,000 Birds

  • Customers are the worms of all products, they answer ket to catherine called birdy the prison and they tell whether a installation will attract a channel or not.

    Wii-volution

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    Wii-volution

  • All dogs have a basic hunting instinct, but the breeds commonly used for bird hunting are usually the only ones "birdy" enough to be good at it.

    Can you train a German Shepherd to be a bird dog?

  • By the end of the day, I could tell when Chet was getting "birdy" and could quickly spot the difference between hens and roosters!

    Best Gun Dog Contest

  • When Buffy, my lab pup, was 4 1/2 months old opening day of pheasant season found us on a small farm when after tromping around for several hours Buffy got very "birdy" and then flushed two roosters.

    Best Gun Dog Contest

  • It involves the creation ofexhibits, workshops, conferences, videos, publications, end even the sale of "birdy" handicrafts made in rural communities.

    For the Birds

  • But they looked "birdy," those fields, and the girl was making for them.

    Frank of Freedom Hill

  • But farther down the hollow there was one really "birdy" spot, to borrow a word -- useful enough to claim lexicographical standing -- from one of my companions: a tiny grove of stunted oaks, by the roadside, just at the point where I naturally struck the valley when I approached it by way of the Hill of Storms.

    The Foot-path Way

  • In fact, Rodney Road is generally a "birdy" neighbourhood.

    Mystic London: or, Phases of occult life in the metropolis

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