Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of oriole.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • •First workouts: Feb. 15 (pitchers and catchers), Feb. 19 (full squad) •Information: 954-776-1921; www. orioles.com

    Grapefruit League guide

  • Spooky's mother says their house is surrounded by wild violets, and male orioles are pecking at the blossoms on the apple trees.

    It's already tomorrow.

  • If a woman could be a season, Ava would be late summer, after the orioles have gone, when the robins are getting restless, and the geese.

    Here Comes Another Lesson

  • We would sit outside listening to the clear whistles of orioles and the squeaky calls of finches.

    El Colibrí (The Hummingbird)

  • We see chickadees, crows, two pretty orioles … But where is a pigeon when you want one?

    Birdology

  • Cuckoo kind, including orioles, mockingbirds, and creationists – spoke with one.

    Birdwatching for creationists - The Panda's Thumb

  • We would sit outside listening to the clear whistles of orioles and the squeaky calls of finches.

    El Colibrí (The Hummingbird)

  • We would sit outside listening to the clear whistles of orioles and the squeaky calls of finches.

    El colibri

  • Even migratory songbirds like thrushes, warblers, swallows, and orioles are not off the hook.

    Spill’s danger to migratory birds

  • We would sit outside listening to the clear whistles of orioles and the squeaky calls of finches.

    El colibri

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