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seed-snipe Syllabification: seed-snipe
Pronunciation: /ˈsēdˌsnīp/

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Definition of seed-snipe in English:

noun

A South American bird resembling a small partridge, with mainly brown plumage.
  • Family Thinocoridae: two genera and four species

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