A North American bird (Cyanocitta cristata) having a crested head, predominantly blue plumage, and a harsh, noisy cry.(noun)
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Use "blue jay" in a sentence
"The saloon was a drab and dreary place; he twinkled in it like a blue jay flashing through the treetops."
"I afterwards heard a similar song sung by a wild blue jay to his mate while she was sitting, and so I knew that my dear little captive had given me his sweetest -- his love-song."
"ONE of the most interesting birds who ever lived in my Bird Room was a blue jay named Jakie."