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bird·food

also bird food  (bûrd′fo͞od′)
n.
Food given to birds, such as mixed seeds.
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The range is the idea of Ronnie and Lisa Robinson, who started off using dead midges collected from exterminating machines to make birdfood.
A chair scraped the floor, birdfood pelted into a dish and a voice said, "So that's the deal take it or leave it.
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The long end of the lever was next to a birdfood container.
You can get all manner of birdfood from the garden centres these days - so don't throw out slices of bleached bread.