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  • n. Plural form of budgerigar.

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Examples

  • For example, pets such as budgerigars or guinea pigs can no longer be kept by themselves, but only with a companion.

    The Editrix' Roncesvalles

  • It was filled with parakeets and four hundred homing budgerigars that flew around the countryside during the day and returned home to roost at night.

    Storyteller

  • For example, the common ancestor of people and budgerigars lived about 310 million years ago.

    THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH

  • But just as the planets began to take on a certain shape, and the asteroids, and the whales, and the budgerigars, and you, so too, in the darkest of dark places, Evil took on a form.

    The Gates

  • Like other parrots, the budgerigars used their beaks as well as claws to climb all over the tree, often upside down.

    Wildwood

  • The budgerigars were all asleep in the big red gum up above, and somewhere along the river bed, the mopoke was calling again.

    Wildwood

  • The tree was alive with nesting budgerigars and ring-necked parrots.

    Wildwood

  • Stanley also managed the first successful breeding of Australian budgerigars.

    American Connections

  • If Budgens sold budgerigars, would they need a Budgens Budgie Budget?

    The Budgens Budgie Budget

  • Can I just add that Lord Naseby listes his 'recreations' in Dod's Parliamentary Companion as "golf, tennis, shooting, forestry, budgerigars, wine" - clearly a man of the world wouldn't you say?

    Archive 2006-04-01

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