fieldfare

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Unknown origin, perhaps present in Old English.

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fieldfare ‎(plural fieldfares)

  1. A large thrush, Turdus pilaris, a bird of Eurasia.
    • 2007, Diana Athill, "Somewhere Towards the End", Granta 98, p. 20
      Paul seemed relaxed, scanning the fields on either side of the muddy lane for fieldfares

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