noun, plural bob·whites, (especially collectively) bob·white.
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Origin of bobwhite
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For until a bobwhite is nearly grown it lives almost entirely upon insects.
The bobwhite roosts on the ground and always remains in single broods.
Unlike the bobwhite or the Montezuma quail of Mexico, the valley quail bunches in the fall.
Sweet to his ear sounded the call of bobwhite from the yellow grain.The Kentucky Warbler|James Lane Allen
Ruffed grouse rapidly disappearing; bobwhite becoming scarce.Our Vanishing Wild Life|William T. Hornaday