Definition of birdbrain in English:

birdbrain

Syllabification: bird·brain
Pronunciation: /ˈbərdˌbrān
 
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noun

informal
An annoyingly stupid and shallow person.
More example sentences
  • Dowd's no birdbrain: she knows Cheney's goose is cooked, and she's not afraid to crow about it.
  • At the brink of power, this birdbrain is feeling bolts of mortal terror.
  • You can, if you'd just put me down, you birdbrain.

Derivatives

birdbrained

adjective
More example sentences
  • Ed's sister, Adele, and her best friend, Olivia, want the aviary to house Olivia's birdbrained Church of the Fifth Day.
  • Anyone who has watched crows, jays, ravens and other members of the corvid family will know they're anything but ‘birdbrained.’
  • A birdbrained scheme pays off

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