Origin of redbird
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Examples from the Web for redbird
The interviews were on tape and owned by the production company Redbird Cinema.The Strange Timing of Sugar Ray Leonard's Sex-Abuse Story
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The redbird is singing in the tree, his plumage all the brighter for the winter's bleaching.Watch Yourself Go By
Al. G. Field
You cannot make a wren out of a redbird, even if you are the God of both.The Jessica Letters: An Editor's Romance
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Redbird wondered why pale eyes were so different and why they had so much power.
The snow was already halfway up Redbird's laced deerskin boots.
Redbird felt tears stream from her eyes—and freeze at once on her cheeks.
Word Origin and History for redbird
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper