/ (frɪnˈdʒɪlaɪn, -ɪn) /
of, relating to, or belonging to the Fringillidae, a family of songbirds that includes the finches
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Word Origin for fringilline
C19: from New Latin Fringilla type genus, from Latin fringilla a small bird, perhaps a chaffinch
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Example sentences from the Web for fringilline
Other traps, however, may be used more successfully for fringilline birds.Manual of Taxidermy|Charles Johnson Maynard