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wildfowl

noun wild·fowl \-ˌfa(-ə)l\

: birds (such as ducks and geese) that live in the wild especially near water and are often hunted

Full Definition of WILDFOWL

:  a game bird; especially :  a game waterfowl (as a wild duck or goose)
wild·fowl·er \-ˌfa-lər\ noun
wild·fowl·ing \-liŋ\ noun

First Known Use of WILDFOWL

before 12th century

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