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Definitions of sunbird
n. - Any one of numerous species of small brilliantly colored birds of the family Nectariniidae, native of Africa, Southern Asia, the East Indies, and Australia. In external appearance and habits they somewhat resemble humming birds, but they are true singing birds (Oscines). 2
n. - The sun bittern. 2

The word "sunbird" uses 7 letters: B D I N R S U.

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a -   unbraids   s -   sunbirds  

Shorter words found within sunbird:
bi   bid   bids   bin   bind   binds   bins   bird   birds   bis   brin   brins   bris   bruin   bruins   bud   buds   bun   bund   bunds   buns   bur   burd   burds   burin   burins   burn   burns   burs   bus   dib   dibs   din   dins   dis   drib   dribs   drub   drubs   dub   dubs   dui   dun   duns   durn   durns   id   ids   in   ins   is   nib   nibs   nidus   nu   nub   nubs   nurd   nurds   nus   rib   ribs   rid   rids   rin   rind   rinds   rins   rub   rubs   ruin   ruins   run   runs   si   sib   sin   sir   snib   snub   sri   sub   sun   surd   un   unbid   uns   urb   urbs   urd   urds   urn   urns   us  

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