bluebird : Definition, Usages, News and More

Search Words

bluebird

b loohburd

  • n  fruit-eating mostly brilliant blue songbird of the East Indies
  • n  blue North American songbird

  • Who Killed the Bluebird? If a marriage can die a hundred deaths, it can seemingly survive a thousand coroner's inquests.
  • Americans a nation of frivolous divorcers who selfishly pursue the bluebird of happiness, oblivious to their children's needs? Divorce opponents like Judith Wallerstein seem to .
  • Bluebird got stuck in her throat.
News & Articles

Quotes

  • Brooke Astor in Guardian Unlimited
    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.
  • Jack Vettriano in Art Daily
    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'....
  • Jay Bothroyd in WalesOnline
    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...

Hot News: The Heading Text Size Should Match With the Size Of The Image