Strange, possibly crazy: acts birdy during her period
"We'd better get ready for another attack," birdy Edwards said.
But they looked "birdy," those fields, and the girl was making for them.
A birdy, ancient woman hovered about them with noises of concern.
I feel as if I had known you a long time, for birdy often spoke of you in her letters to me.
The loud, rattling, birdy whistle in the low trees during dull weather Yan had traced to the Tree-frog.
Indeed, the marsh was birdy—rich in numbers if not in species.
With a succession of shrill, birdy chirps the old otters warned their young.
Ben thought that was the tall girl; certainly she was the one who delivered that birdy whistle.
Pinkerton has taken hold under their orders, and his best man, birdy Edwards, is operating.
She sat down upon the step and held the birdy very tenderly till Bertie came back.