Any of various small insect-eating New World songbirds of the genus Vireo, having grayish or greenish plumage.(noun)
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Use "vireo" in a sentence
"The first bird noted was a familiar one -- the warbling vireo, which is very abundant in Colorado in its favorite localities, where all day you may be lulled by its "silvery converse, just begun and never ended.""
"_ His indolence struck me as very surprising for a vireo; still I had no question about his identity (he sat between me and the sun) till I changed my position, when behold! the vireo was a linnet."
"(Soundbite of bird chirping) MANN: As I sit, a blue-headed vireo begins to sing."