Noun(1) small Australian parakeet usually light green with black and yellow markings in the wild but bred in many colors(2) small African parrot noted for showing affection for their mates
(1) However, the coloration of the lovebird in no way affects the quality of the pet.(2) One gave Maria a cage with a lovebird in it; Kurt tried to pull out its feathers.(3) It was a parrot or parakeet or possibly a lovebird .(4) When a lovebird dies, its mate just gives up and fades with it.(5) Thanks for the offer, but I wouldn't want to come between you two lovebirds .(6) Alright Dillon, let's leave these two lovebirds alone.(7) Not long ago, while I'd stepped into the powder room, a couple of tourist lovebirds occupied my base of operations/corner booth.(8) John and Jennifer are a couple of lovebirds on their way to a weekend retreat at a cabin.(9) The birds section had a few caged cockatiels and African lovebirds .(10) ‘That's okay, you two lovebirds ,’ Jason said mockingly.(11) We'll go somewhere so we don't disturb the lovebirds .(12) Did you two lovebirds have a fight before you left?(13) So, instead of simply getting down on one knee, he hired a double-decker bus to take the lovebirds on a tour around all the places in the area that mean so much to them.(14) For lovebirds who want to enhance their passion or couples who want to create a romantic memory, the new restaurant is the ideal spot for a true dining experience.(15) The two lovebirds laughed, with Kayla giving me a ‘he's mine’ look.(16) What are you two young lovebirds talking about?
(1) love bird :: alofa manulele
1. shell parakeet ::
2. budgerigar ::
3. budgie ::
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