Definition of Oilbirds

1. Noun. (plural of oilbird) ¹

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Definition of Oilbirds

1. oilbird [n] - See also: oilbird

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Oilbirds

oil slick
oil spot
oil stain
oil stove
oil stoves
oil sugar
oil tanker
oil trash
oil tumour
oil tycoon
oil up
oil vaccine
oil well
oil wells
oilbirds (current term)

Literary usage of Oilbirds

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1. Adventure Guide to Trinidad & Tobago by Kathleen O'Donnell, S Harry Pefkaros (2000)
"Reached only after a lengthy, guided hike, the caves are well worth seeing, especially since you will also see flocks of the very rare oilbirds nesting ..."

2. Equity: An Analysis and Discussion of Modern Equity Problems, with Notes on by George Luther Clark (1920)
"oilbirds 252 Fogle v. Pindell 283 Forrister v. Sullivan .... 41, 135 Forsee v. Jackson 102 Forsee inv. Co. v. Ozenberger 352 Foster v. Byrd 352 v. ..."

3. The New International Encyclopaedia edited by Daniel Coit Gilman, Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Moore Colby (1906)
"... a vast variety of birds of fine plumage, including the ibis, heron, and the guácharo or oilbirds; anaconda and boa, rattlesnake, crocodile, cayman, etc. ..."

4. Romantic Escapes in the Caribbean: Lovetripper Guide by Paris Permenter, John Bigley (2001)
"Trinidad is a favorite among the world's birders, who come to seek out species such as toucans, hummingbirds, scarlet ibis, and rare noctural oilbirds. ..."

5. Trinidad & Tobagoby Don Philpott by Don Philpott (2002)
"You can watch the huge colony of oilbirds emerge from the depths of the limestone caves of the Northern Range at dusk, or you can explore one of the world's ..."

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