Origin of snowbird
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They were soon on their way back to the shore where they had left the Snowbird.
They were soon beside the Snowbird, and the craft was headed for the school.
Professor Deusenberry was seized with a determination to own the Snowbird.Frank Merriwell's Triumph
Burt L. Standish
She would lead the Tempest to Osceolo, and herself ride the Snowbird.The Sun Maid
Snowbird weighs one hundred and twenty pounds and is hard as steel.The Voice of the Pack
- another name for the snow bunting
- US slang a person addicted to cocaine, or sometimes heroin
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Word Origin and History for snowbird
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