Definition of Flycatching warbler

1. Noun. Any of numerous American wood warblers that feed on insects caught on the wing.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Flycatching Warbler

flyblows
flyboarding
flyboat
flyboats
flybook
flybooks
flyboy
flyboys
flybridge
flybridges
flyby
flybys
flycatcher
flycatchers
flycatching
flycatching warbler (current term)
flye
flyer
flyered
flyering
flyers
flyes
flyest
flyfish
flyfisher
flyfisherman
flyfishermen
flyfishers
flyfishes
flyfishing

Literary usage of Flycatching warbler

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1. The New England Farmer by Samuel W. Cole (1861)
"but we having no species that properly ranks in this section, we immediately pass to The CANADA flycatching warbler, (Setophaga Canadensis, ..."

2. Nests and Eggs of North American Birds by Oliver Davie (1900)
"The Green Black-capped flycatching warbler, or Wilson's Black-capped Warbler, ... The Western Black-capped flycatching warbler is a common breeding bird in ..."

3. History of Littleton, New Hampshire by George Clarence Furber, James Robert Jackson (1905)
"... is a flycatching warbler like the last, but much more abundant. It is strictly arboreal, found anywhere, but more commonly in the neighborhood of water, ..."

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