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Strange, possibly crazy: acts birdy during her period

The Dictionary of American Slang, Fourth Edition by Barbara Ann Kipfer, PhD. and Robert L. Chapman, Ph.D.
Copyright (C) 2007 by HarperCollins Publishers.
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  • "We'd better get ready for another attack," birdy Edwards said.

    The Return H. Beam Piper and John J. McGuire
  • But they looked "birdy," those fields, and the girl was making for them.

    Frank of Freedom Hill Samuel A. Derieux
  • A birdy, ancient woman hovered about them with noises of concern.

    Wilderness of Spring Edgar Pangborn
  • I feel as if I had known you a long time, for birdy often spoke of you in her letters to me.

    Dick Hamilton's Cadet Days Howard R. Garis
  • The loud, rattling, birdy whistle in the low trees during dull weather Yan had traced to the Tree-frog.

    Two Little Savages Ernest Thompson Seton
  • Indeed, the marsh was birdy—rich in numbers if not in species.

    Roof and Meadow Dallas Lore Sharp
  • With a succession of shrill, birdy chirps the old otters warned their young.

    Rolf In The Woods Ernest Thompson Seton
  • Ben thought that was the tall girl; certainly she was the one who delivered that birdy whistle.

    Wilderness of Spring Edgar Pangborn
  • Pinkerton has taken hold under their orders, and his best man, birdy Edwards, is operating.

    The Valley of Fear Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
  • She sat down upon the step and held the birdy very tenderly till Bertie came back.

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