bird (part of speech: noun)
grackle, road runner, snipe, crow, stork, peregrine, yellowbird, penguin, bluebill, crested jay, barn owl, coot, turkey, loon, sandpiper, blackbird, peacock, emu, swallow, cuckoo, jackdaw, eagle, bird, mockingbird, horned owl, oriole, tern, parrot, gull, swift, robin, parakeet, vulture, lovebird, ibis, partridge, wren, thrush, bittern, pheasant, myna, hawk, duck, hummingbird, lark, cardinal, sea gull, woodpecker, harrier, pelican, mourning dove, ostrich, tit, crane, egret, curlew, weaver, owl, grouse, condor, jay, cassowary, dove, cockatoo, goose, sheldrake, osprey, plover, cormorant, teal, raven, finch, heron, grosbeak, nuthatch, redwing, booby, waxwing, squab, rook, canary, blue jay, nightingale, starling, bluebird, ringtail, macaw, swan, puffin, dodo, bald eagle, magpie, falcon, chickadee, quetzal, turtledove, goldfinch, mallard, pigeon, sparrow, flamingo, kingfisher, Canada goose, bullfinch, spoonbill, songbird, albatross, redbird
- Ol' Mistah Buzzard, sailing round and round, way up in the blue, blue sky, could see everything going on down below. - "The Adventures of Reddy Fox", Thornton W. Burgess.
- The moment I first saw his face I knew that he was meant for gun fodder- buzzard food! - "Gunman's Reckoning", Max Brand.
- But when all the other little people in feathers had flown to that far away country Ol' Mistah Buzzard had told about, even Ol' Mistah Buzzard himself, then did this friend of his, and of Unc' Billy Possum, make up his mind that he would go too. - "The Adventures of Mr. Mocker", Thornton W. Burgess.