Dictionary search results

Showing 1-17 of 17 results

bunting British & World English

A hooded sleeping bag for babies

bunting1 British & World English

An Old World seed-eating songbird related to the finches, typically having brown streaked plumage and a boldly marked head

bunting2 British & World English

Flags and other colourful festive decorations

bunting3 British & World English

A hooded sleeping bag for babies

bunt1 British & World English

(Of a batter) gently tap (a pitched ball) without swinging in an attempt to make it more difficult to field

Bunting, Basil British & World English

(1900–85), English poet and journalist. He was influenced by modernists including Ezra Pound and T. S. Eliot. He published his early work abroad, not really gaining recognition until Briggflatts (1966)

corn bunting British & World English

A large thickset Eurasian bunting with brown streaked plumage and a jangling song, inhabiting open grassland and arable land

cirl bunting British & World English

An Old World bunting related to the yellowhammer, the male of which has a distinctive facial pattern and a black throat

reed bunting British & World English

A Eurasian bunting that frequents reed beds and hedgerows, the male having a black head and white collar

snow bunting British & World English

A northern bunting that breeds mainly in the Arctic, the male having white plumage with a black back in the breeding season

yellow bunting British & World English

another term for yellowhammer.

bunting bag in bunting3 British & World English

A hooded sleeping bag for babies

ortolan British & World English

A small Eurasian songbird that was formerly eaten as a delicacy, the male having an olive-green head and yellow throat

ortolan bunting in ortolan British & World English

A small Eurasian songbird that was formerly eaten as a delicacy, the male having an olive-green head and yellow throat

bunting family in bunting1 British & World English

An Old World seed-eating songbird related to the finches, typically having brown streaked plumage and a boldly marked head

bunting English-Spanish

tela usada para la confección de banderas