- any of several gray, black, and white songbirds of the genus Mimus, especially M. polyglottos, of the U.S. and Mexico, noted for their ability to mimic the songs of other birds.
- any of various related or similar birds, as Melanotis caerulescens (blue mockingbird), of Mexico.
Origin of mockingbird
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Contemporary Examples of mockingbird
We know that Mockingbird, played by Adrianne Palicki, will be making an appearance, as well as the Absorbing Man.The Leaner, Meaner Season 2 of ‘Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’
September 22, 2014
My hunch is that “Mockingbird” was packed with pairings on purpose.Game of Thrones’ Ep. 7 ‘Mockingbird’ Recap: Conscious Coupling (and Uncoupling)
May 19, 2014
Your first film role was in To Kill A Mockingbird, which was a very important film in 1962 during the Civil Rights Movement.Robert Duvall on His Storied Career, His New Movie, and Why He’s Ditching the GOP
March 13, 2014
Danza assigned his students reading that included To Kill a Mockingbird, Of Mice and Men, and Julius Caesar.Tony Danza on His New Book About Teaching, ‘Who’s the Boss,’ and ‘Twilight’
September 14, 2012
The Hunger Games is on the list (No. 3), as is To Kill a Mockingbird (No. 10).Should This Woman's Books Be Banned?
April 11, 2012
Historical Examples of mockingbird
In this country the mockingbird is the only regular night-singer we have.Fresh Fields
Thrasher and Mockingbird face people on playground at Miakwa'orve.Seven Mohave Myths
A. L. Kroeber
When he could sing, it was more like a mockingbird than like a robin.
He is as knowing as the mockingbird, and not much afraid of people.
He is a fine singer, and has been called the French mockingbird.
- Australian any American songbird of the family Mimidae, having a long tail and grey plumage: noted for their ability to mimic the song of other birds
- a small scrub bird, Atrichornis rufescens, noted for its mimicry