What is another word for birds?

Pronunciation: [bˈɜːdz] (IPA)

The word "birds" can be substituted with several synonyms that refer to these feathered creatures. Some of the most common synonyms include "fowl," "feathered friends," "avian species," "flying creatures," "winged animals," and "aerial vertebrates." In addition, more specific synonyms include "songbirds," "waterfowl," "raptors," "game birds," and "exotic birds." The choice of synonym used usually depends on the context of the sentence or the specific species of bird being discussed. Regardless of the synonym, birds have long been a source of fascination and wonder for humans worldwide.

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Usage examples for Birds

"No." "No, indeed, an' d'ye think He cares less fur boys than birds?"
"My Lady of the Chimney Corner"
Alexander Irvine
And the sky-so clear-and the bright sun and the spring life and the singing of the birds?
"The Eye of Dread"
Payne Erskine
So, some day I knew the birds would sing, And the leaves would stir, And the afternoon grow old- And I would not be there.
"Open Water"
Arthur Stringer

Famous quotes with Birds

  • As much as I converse with sages and heroes, they have very little of my love and admiration. I long for rural and domestic scene, for the warbling of birds and the prattling of my children.
    John Adams
  • It is not only fine feathers that make fine birds.
    Aesop
  • It's just a job. Grass grows, birds fly, waves pound the sand. I beat people up.
    Muhammad Ali
  • Make no mistake about it. These are not 'kookie' birds. Right now the greatest player, the big tent on the political scene in America, is called the Tea Party movement.
    Dick Armey
  • I can scarcely manage to scribble a tolerable English letter. I know that I am not a scholar, but meantime I am aware that no man living knows better than I do the habits of our birds.
    John James Audubon

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