noun Se·bright \ˈsēˌbrīt\

Definition of Sebright

  1. 1 :  an old British breed of rose-comb bantam fowls with dark-laced silvery or golden feathers

  2. 2 or sebright plural Sebrights or sebrights :  any bird of the Sebright breed

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Origin and Etymology of sebright

after Sir John S. Sebright †1846 English agriculturist

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quaintly unconventional or refined

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