Definition for bullfinch (2 of 2)
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Examples from the Web for bullfinch
A bullfinch that belonged to a cousin must I think have reached the highest degree of tameness possible in a bird.In a Cheshire Garden|Geoffrey Egerton-Warburton
Last night at the door Mr. Bullfinch had sounded as if he had considered getting into his house a real crime.
And I—wanted to know very much—I did so long to have a bullfinch!Under the Greenwood Tree|Thomas Hardy
A lark and bullfinch followed,—friends, I suppose; and then the bride and bridegroom.Aunt Jo's Scrap-Bag VI|Louisa M. Alcott
"Then if you'll come over after school this afternoon and take care of my lawn, we'll call it quits," said Mr. Bullfinch.