[ wood-swol-oh ]
/ ˈwʊdˌswɒl oʊ /
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any of several slate-colored songbirds of the family Artamidae, of southeastern Asia, Australia, and New Guinea, having long, pointed wings and noted for their swift, soaring flight.
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Origin of wood-swallow
First recorded in 1850–55
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How to use wood-swallow in a sentence
To me, the discovery of a woodman in the wadi were as pleasing as the discovery of a woodchuck or a woodswallow or a woodbine.The Book of Khalid|Ameen Rihani
British Dictionary definitions for wood-swallow
/ (ˈwʊdˌswɒləʊ) /
any of several insectivorous birds of the genus Artamus of Australia
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