Definition of birdsong
: the song of one or more birds
Examples of birdsong in a Sentence
The forest was filled with birdsong.
Recent Examples of birdsong from the Web
The only sounds aside from wind and birdsong were those of hooves and our own animated conversation.
The safe zone would be located six miles away from the runways, and once the flock is on site, the team would deploy decoys and birdsong in order to keep them there.
At night, no sound but birdsong until the birds too are asleep.
Workers around the Hitler compound are encouraged to shoot cats because the Leader likes birdsong.
The atmosphere changed abruptly: the familiar clamor of an American summer morning—cars whooshing, kids chirping—fell away; the air became cool, dark, faintly damp; the sky overhead was embroidered with bright threads of birdsong.
It’s filled with googly-eyed rabbits, sheepish owls, eager squirrels and birdsong.
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First Known Use of birdsong
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Definition of birdsong for English Language Learners
: the song of a bird or of many birds
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