Meaning of apostlebird

a•pos•tle•bird

Pronunciation: (u-pos'ul bûrd"), [key]
— n.
  1. an omnivorous bird, Struthidea cinerea, of eastern Australia, that has chiefly dark gray-brown plumage with white tail markings and is noted for its habit of traveling in groups of about 12 related individuals.
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