buff–bellied pipit

noun buff–bel·lied pipit

Definition of buff–bellied pipit

British

  1. :  american pipit The first rarities recorded were, in fact, American, two buff-bellied pipits which were probably migrating to South America when they were caught in a strong north-westerly and ended up here. — Damien Enright, Irish Examiner, 12 Nov. 2007

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1991

First Known Use of buff–bellied pipit

1991


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