Definition of Song thrush

1. Noun. Common Old World thrush noted for its song.

Exact synonyms: Mavis, Throstle, Turdus Philomelos
Generic synonyms: Thrush
Group relationships: Genus Turdus, Turdus



Definition of Song thrush

1. Noun. A songbird in the thrush family, found across Eurasia, taxonomic name ''Turdus philomelos''. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Song Thrush

sondeli
sondelis
sonder
sonders
sondes
sone
sonepiprazole
soneri
soneris
sonero
soneros
sones
song
song and dance
song sparrow
song thrush (current term)
song thrushes
songbird
songbirdlike
songbirds
songbook
songbooks
songcraft
songfest
songfests
songfic
songfics
songful
songfully
songfulness

Literary usage of Song thrush

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1. The Outline of Science: A Plain Story Simply Told by John Arthur Thomson (1922)
"The Blackbird and the Song-Thrush The Blackbird's voice is remarkable for its great strength and for the wonderful rich quality of its tone. ..."

2. A Concordance to the English Poems of Thomas Gray by Albert Stanburrough Cook, Concordance Society (1908)
"8. the song-thrush there Scatters his loose notes Birds 2. Scene. Her rapid wings the transient scene pursue, Ign. 34. This spacious animated Scene survey ..."

3. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1920)
"SONG-THRUSH, or MAVIS. In the United States the wood thrush is most conspicuous for its song. The thrush of Great Britain is also ..."

4. A History of British Birds by William YARRELL, Howard Saunders, Alfred Newton (1874)
"THE SONG-THRUSH, Throstle or Mavis, is a well-known and general favourite, chiefly from an opinion that it is the best of our larger singing-birds, ..."

5. Homes Without Hands: Being a Description of the Habitations of Animals by John George Wood (1866)
"... the Zoological Gardens— Materials and form of the nest—Boldness of the bird—The song thrush and its nest—The BLACKBIRD and its clay-lined nests—Supposed ..."

6. The Year Book of Daily Recreation and Information: Concerning Remarkable Men by William Hone (1832)
"The common song-thrush is somewhat less than the blackbird : the upper surface of the body is of an olive color, with a mixture of yellow in the wings; ..."

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