Definitions

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  • noun A musical sound made by a bird.

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  • noun the characteristic sound produced by a bird

Etymologies

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From bird +‎ song.

Examples

  • While struggling to read a short story one afternoon, I get fixated on the word birdsong.

    The Memory Palace

  • While struggling to read a short story one afternoon, I get fixated on the word birdsong.

    The Memory Palace

  • The purity of birdsong is owed in large part to rapid, controlled changes in the shape of the birds 'upper vocal tracts, according to a new study of Northern Cardinals by scientists at Indiana University Bloomington, Purdue University and Australian National University.

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  • I dearly love those weeks in spring when it's cool enough to sleep with the windows open, and early enough in the year that noisy birdsong is all the alarm clock that I need.

    February 2005

  • I dearly love those weeks in spring when it's cool enough to sleep with the windows open, and early enough in the year that noisy birdsong is all the alarm clock that I need.

    Oh duty...

  • My brain is just a field of scattering deer, a birdsong is a bridge of wings, there are ants crawling in and out of my ears.

    The Memory Palace

  • My brain is just a field of scattering deer, a birdsong is a bridge of wings, there are ants crawling in and out of my ears.

    The Memory Palace

  • The tone that is said to improve skin mixes a burst of electro-Schubert with woodland noises such as birdsong and streams.

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  • The tone that is said to improve skin mixes a burst of electro-Schubert with woodland noises such as birdsong and streams.

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  • Their music uses band instrumentation, field recordings such as birdsong and street chatters, filtered electronics, speech and song fragments.

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