Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of redwing.

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Examples

  • ..& another 14 year old belgian girl learns about coke & 'redwings'...

    Sustenance: We're All Cannibals

  • After about a mile of searching through the woods, I eventually found a runty little bush even the redwings hadn't bothered with.

    Country diary: Wenlock Edge

  • I yelled and got back witchy little cackles from redwings in the treetops.

    Country diary: Wenlock Edge

  • The redwings, fieldfares and blackbirds which dived in from Scandinavia to join the stay-at-home thrush tribes always rifled through the holly trees here.

    Country diary: Wenlock Edge

  • All the while we followed a flock of redwings, chattering as they moved between the hawthorns stripping the berries.

    Country diary: Bishop Auckland

  • All around me redwings lowered themselves from the sky “wind thrush” is an old name for the birds and I remembered my first visit to the island and the descending thrushes of September 1980.

    A Year on the Wing

  • They were probably redwings; the sky of Bristol is pricked with their thin wiry calls most winter nights, as they move into mild southern England away from the frosted hardships of Iceland or Scandinavia.

    A Year on the Wing

  • They were thrushes—redwings, robins, ring ouzels—and all heading south from their northern breeding grounds, the ouzels on their way all the way to a warmer winter around the Mediterranean, the redwings and robins to us, a milder British winter from their northern breeding grounds.

    A Year on the Wing

  • Soon the fieldfares and redwings will come in to share the bounty and the Washes will play home to great flocks of yellow-beaked swans that have forsaken the tundra of Russia for the relative warmth of the Fens.

    Archive 2007-10-14

  • Soon the fieldfares and redwings will come in to share the bounty and the Washes will play home to great flocks of yellow-beaked swans that have forsaken the tundra of Russia for the relative warmth of the Fens.

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