bluebird bluebird  /b ˈlu ˌbɜrd/

Definition(s):

  1. (n) fruit-eating mostly brilliant blue songbird of the East Indies
  2. (n) blue North American songbird

Usage(s):

  • Bluebird got stuck in her throat.

News

  1. Bettie Weaver’s work to be displayed at church gallery

    Local historian and elementary school namesake Bettie Woodson Weaver’s books, articles and special bluebird houses will be on display at the Narthex Gallery at Winfree Memorial Baptist Church.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Midlothian Exchange

  2. Classic car Bluebird V heads to England for festival of speed

    Jim Bryson, driving a forklift, lifts the Bluebird V as his crew from Bryson Crane Rental Service moves the famed automobile from the Velocitorium Exhibit room at Daytona International Speedway on Friday.
    on June 8, 2013     Source: Daytona Beach News-Journal

  3. Walmart "Bluebird" Card Offers Banking Alternative

    Walmart's "Bluebird" banking card is using customer feedback to constantly improve.
    on June 7, 2013     Source: KNWA Fayetteville

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Quotes

  1. Astor wrote four books: "Patchwork Child," a 1962 autobiography; "The Bluebird is at Home," 1965, a novel; the autobiographical "Footprints," 1980; and "The Last Blossom on the Plum Tree," 1986, a period novel.
    on Aug 13, 2007 By: Brooke Astor Source: Guardian Unlimited

  2. Jack Vettriano remembers: "The Bluebird series was one of my first major commissions, and I was thrilled when Sir Terence Conran approached me with the project. The brief was pretty clear: 'I know you have to paint cars, but try and make them sexy'....
    on Jul 17, 2007 By: Jack Vettriano Source: Art Daily

  3. "I pulled my calf against the Foxes. Desperately wanted to play the final, but re-tore it. Grade 2. Not good," Bothroyd said. "I'm proud to call myself a true Bluebird. Cardiff is everything to me. So gutted. Next season. Yeah. Thanks to all...
    on Jun 24, 2010 By: Jay Bothroyd Source: WalesOnline

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