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  • noun Plural form of meadowlark.

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Examples

  • Some birds - such as meadowlarks and killdeers - prefer grassy open areas.

    The Herald-Mail Online

  • Some said the fields, planted and mowed for pheasants, provided homes for other grassland and shrub-loving animals, such as meadowlarks and rabbits.

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  • Some said the fields, planted and mowed for pheasants, provided homes for other grassland and shrub-loving animals, such as meadowlarks and rabbits.

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  • We saw deer, a golden eagle, two bald eagles, two or three meadowlarks, an assortment of northern harriers.

    Bird Cloud

  • I noticed with consternation that after Deryl and Dave made a beautiful to human eyes garden where the favored weeds once grew, the meadowlarks went somewhere else.

    Bird Cloud

  • I noticed with consternation that after Deryl and Dave made a beautiful to human eyes garden where the favored weeds once grew, the meadowlarks went somewhere else.

    Bird Cloud

  • We saw deer, a golden eagle, two bald eagles, two or three meadowlarks, an assortment of northern harriers.

    Bird Cloud

  • But even last week, on a warm and windy spring day as the meadowlarks chirped, snakes slithered and grouse ran through the sagebrush, he strolled the battlefield with the enthusiasm of a 10-year-old boy, pointing out where he raced up the bluffs to get a feeling for what the troops encountered during the two-day battle.

    Historian Nathaniel Philbrick takes a stand on Custer

  • I sit over it, and sit over it, but the confounded meadowlarks keep echoing in my ears, and I begin to see the fields, and the redwood canyons, and Selim.

    CHAPTER XXIII

  • No breath of wind stirred over the drowsing fields, from which arose the calls of quail and the notes of meadowlarks.

    CHAPTER XVIII

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  • The air had become like cotton candy, spun not from sugar but the sex glands of meadowlarks and dry white wine.

    —Fierce Invalids Home From Hot Climates

    April 8, 2010