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Definition of "nests" []

  • A place or structure in which birds, fishes, insects, reptiles, mice, etc, lay eggs or give birth to young (noun)
  • A number of animals of the same species and their young occupying a common habitat (noun)
  • A place fostering something undesirable (noun)
  • The people in such a place (noun)
  • A cosy or secluded place (noun)
  • A set of things, usually of graduated sizes, designed to fit together (noun)
  • A weapon emplacement (noun)
  • To make or inhabit a nest (verb)
  • To hunt for birds' nests (verb)
  • To place in a nest (verb)
  • Plural form of nest. (noun)

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  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of nest. (verb)

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Use "nests" in a sentence
  • "Every proposal to avoid soiling our nests is going to be the end of the world, and they never learn, no matter how many times their pessimism is proven wrong. joe from Lowell Says:"
  • "Must be differentiated from Schools which may be independent and contain nests of reactionary hate mongering education not limited to Nazi Germnay"
  • "- Chickens prefer to lay eggs in nests that already have eggs."