Definition of birdbath
: a usually ornamental basin set up for birds to bathe in
Recent Examples of birdbath from the Web
Water in birdbaths and pet dishes should be changed every few days, and swimming pools, outdoor saunas and hot tubs should be cleaned and chlorinated.
On Wednesday, prison officials showed visitors one possibility, a video of birds drinking from a birdbath.
Pence implored Americans to take steps to help rebuild the bee population, from building a hive to planting bee-friendly flowers, herbs and vegetables to setting up a birdbath.
Glass birdbath, $42.99; stand, $19.99; wiggler, $39.99.
Flowering native shrubs pressed in from all sides and a stone Buddha and birdbath peeked out from among the ferns and boulders.
A good garden, with a variety of blooming plants that attract insects and spiders, a fountain or clean birdbath, and a nest box of the right dimensions are a sure combination to attract a house wren to your backyard.
Garden supplies and decor such as statues, birdbaths and yard art are also in store.
Landscape enthusiasts have a wide selection of garden decor, fountains, birdbaths and statuary to choose from.
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First Known Use of birdbath
BIRDBATH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of birdbath for English Language Learners
: a bowl that is filled with water and usually raised above the ground in a yard or garden so birds can bathe in it
BIRDBATH Defined for Kids
Definition of birdbath for Students
: a basin for birds to bathe in
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