birdseed birdseed  /ˈbɜrrd sid/


  • (n) food given to birds; usually mixed seeds



  1. His millet, a grain used in birdseed, hasn't even germinated.
  2. In Britain not long ago, a man grew marijuana from birdseed.
  3. Now I'm free, and I'm out there like a bird flying around, so y'all better leave some birdseed on your windowsills, because I may be flying by your house.


  • Groups offering $20,000 in dead bear case

    A black bear snacks on birdseed while visiting the home of Greg Perry in Black Mountain this spring. / Special to the Citizen-Times Anyone with information about a dead, painted bear dumped on a road in Buncombe County is asked to call the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission at 800-662-7137.
    on June 22, 2013     Source: Asheville Citizen-Times


  • "It was one of the worst wickets to bowl on in the country," says Pocock. "If we had had more result pitches, we could have won more championships. It was like bowling on birdseed. When you tried to smooth the foot-holes out it was like...
    on May 2, 2009 By: Pat Pocock Source: Times Online

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