hard-bill

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hard-bill (plural hard-bills)

  1. A bird species which has a hard, strong bill, to feed (mainly) on seeds and/or nuts
    As the ultimate hard-bills, woodpeckers even use their steel-hard bill to drill homes in solid trees

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