oriole

Part of speech: noun

One of various black - and - yellow birds of the Old or New World.

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Usage examples "oriole":

  1. The wild mates at work upon the house which instinct prompted was to be of use soon, the construction of a swinging pocket hung high up by an oriole, this was a part of the home life, just as essential a part of it as the covering of the eggs, the feeding of the young. - "The Short Cut", Jackson Gregory.
  2. How about Madame Oriole; does she regret the lover of last year? - "The Grey Cloak", Harold MacGrath.
  3. I finally declared: " It is the oriole!" - "Indian Boyhood", [AKA Ohiyesa], Charles A. Eastman.