Examples from the Web for snowbird
Each word just seems to burn into me, Snowbird, and I'll make every one of them good.
It was Snowbird, very pale but wholly self-sufficient and determined and intent.
Now the very next day a snowbird came and perched above the smoke hole.Myths and Legends of British North America|Katharine Berry Judson
They were soon on their way back to the shore where they had left the Snowbird.Dave Porter in the Far North|Edward Stratemeyer
I'm not going to die from this malady of mine now, Snowbird.
British Dictionary definitions for snowbird
Word Origin and History for snowbird
also snow-bird, from 1680s in reference to various types of birds associated with snow, from snow (n.) + bird (n.1). From 1923 in reference to northern U.S. workers who went to the South in the winter months to work; by 1979 in reference to tourists.