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yellowbird

(ˈjɛləʊˌbɜːd)
n
(Animals) any of various birds having a yellow plumage, such as the American goldfinch

yel•low•bird

(ˈyɛl oʊˌbɜrd)

n.
any of various birds with yellow plumage, as the yellow warbler or goldfinch.
[1695–1705]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.yellowbird - yellow-throated American wood warbleryellowbird - yellow-throated American wood warbler
New World warbler, wood warbler - small bright-colored American songbird with a weak unmusical song
Dendroica, genus Dendroica - a genus of Parulidae
2.yellowbird - American finch whose male has yellow body plumage in summeryellowbird - American finch whose male has yellow body plumage in summer
finch - any of numerous small songbirds with short stout bills adapted for crushing seeds
genus Spinus, Spinus - in some classifications considered a subgenus of Carduelis: siskins and New World goldfinches
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The two men who admitted killing Chelsea Yellowbird on the Samson Cree Nation have been sentenced.
The authors thank (i) the children, teachers, principal, school staff, and Alexander Research Committee members from Alexander First Nation for their collaboration and participation in this research; (ii) David Dyck Fehderau for his role as project coordinator; (iii) Juliann Yellowbird for her role as an APPLE Schools Facilitator, and (iv) Agriculture and Rural Development, Government of Alberta.
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