yardbird

IPA: jˈɑrdbɝd

noun

  • (chiefly US, slang) A chicken.
  • (chiefly US, slang) A person who is imprisoned.
  • (chiefly US, slang) A soldier who is required to perform menial work on the grounds of a military base.

yard bird

IPA: jˈɑrdbɝd

noun

  • Alternative form of yardbird [(chiefly US, slang) A chicken.]

Examples of "yardbird" in Sentences

  • The Yardbirds released Roger the Engineer in the same year.
  • The chicken may not be man's best friend, but this yardbird was quite special.
  • This effectively closed the books on the Yardbirds for the rest of the century.
  • Guests can also watch yardbird gladiators in action at Jay's Cockpit and Family Diner and Grill.
  • Tahar Rahim's novice yardbird has been plunged will transform him from wide-eyed ingénu into brutalised maître de criminalité.
  • Near the end of the book you will find a helpful section of tips on safety and grill maintenance, as well as a list of barbecue terms that will get you grilling and gabbing like a pro turning yardbird with a pig tail.

Examples of "yard-bird" in Sentences

  • July 23, 2008 at 8:00 am feather-meat, yard-bird, it’s all good.

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