noun, plural a·vi·ar·ies.
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Origin of aviary
OTHER WORDS FROM aviarya·vi·a·rist [ey-vee-uh-rist] /ˈeɪ vi ə rɪst/, noun
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They are generally fed with rape and canary seed; but are soon accustomed to all the food of the aviary.The Natural History of Cage Birds|J. M. Bechstein
Ellen, offering to show Captain Dupin the aviary, led the way along the terrace.The Missing Ship|W. H. G. Kingston
However, it was agreed that they were harmless fowl and that Galusha himself was a good old scout, in spite of his aviary.Galusha the Magnificent|Joseph C. Lincoln
I could thus watch the doings of the latest additions to my aviary.Birds of the Plains|Douglas Dewar
The sparrow in an aviary will breed, lay its eggs, and bring up its young ones, without any difficulty.Birds of the wave and woodland|Phil (Philip Stewart) Robinson