noun, plural par·tridg·es, (especially collectively) par·tridge.
Origin of partridge
Related formspar·tridge·like, adjective
Definition for partridge (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for partridge
Wood pigeon, pheasant, partridge, grouse, peacocks, hares, wild rabbits, and waterfowl are all dietary staples.
Despite the Partridge Family lifestyle, his home life was settled.
A 23-year-old Farrah appeared in the 1970 Partridge Family episode, “The Sound of Money.”
Audrina, inspired by reality-TV star Partridge, is one of the five fastest-rising names for girls.
"We shall see," was the reply, and Rose put the wing of a partridge on a plate and rose calmly from her chair.White Lies|Charles Reade
"I didn't want to ask you to post it, because I thought perhaps Mrs. Partridge would find out, and then she'd scold you," I said.The Boys and I|Mrs. Molesworth
I did kill him, because he helped to kill Partridge and Coburn.Buckskin Mose|Buckskin Mose
Partridge, as we had anticipated, lacked in such high country.The Forest|Stewart Edward White
He looked at Partridge, who returned his gaze blankly—and then, in spite of what he had said, he reached out and turned the latch.Astounding Stories, July, 1931|Various