Word "ORIOLE" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
mostly tropical songbird; the male is usually bright orange and black
Synonyms:
old world oriole

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
American songbird; male is black and orange or yellow
Synonyms:
american oriole, new world oriole

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Bird with orange plumage USA Today 25 Nov 2022
Bird attracted to oranges USA Today 24 Nov 2022
Baltimore bird USA Today 04 Nov 2022
Baltimore 7-Down Universal 24 Oct 2022
Blackbird’s kin Wall Street Journal 27 Sep 2022
Meadowlark's cousin Thomas Joseph 15 Sep 2022
Baltimore player Thomas Joseph 13 Sep 2022
Bird associated with bats New York Times 11 Sep 2022
Bird on Cal Ripken Jr.'s cap Universal 02 Aug 2022
Camden Yards player LA Times Daily 07 Jul 2022
Blackbird family member Wall Street Journal 14 Jun 2022
Cowbird cousin Newsday 21 May 2022
Jim Palmer, once Thomas Joseph 14 May 2022
After overture to opera I put in part for songster The Times Cryptic 03 May 2022
Bird attracted to grape jelly USA Today 15 Apr 2022
Colorful songbird The Washington Post 03 Apr 2022
Colorful songbird LA Times Daily 03 Apr 2022
Camden Yards athlete The Washington Post 19 Mar 2022
Camden Yards athlete LA Times Daily 19 Mar 2022
American songbird The Times Concise 03 Mar 2022
Baltimore bird USA Today 03 Mar 2022
Cowbird’s cousin Wall Street Journal 10 Feb 2022
Colorful bird in the blackbird family New York Times 05 Feb 2022
Baltimore bird New York Times 11 Jan 2022
Brightly plumed songbird LA Times Daily 02 Jan 2022
Baltimore player Thomas Joseph 22 Dec 2021
Baltimore baseballer USA Today 20 Nov 2021
Baltimore player Thomas Joseph 09 Nov 2021
Meadowlark's cousin Thomas Joseph 05 Nov 2021
Baltimore bird USA Today 26 Oct 2021
Baltimore baseballer Thomas Joseph 20 Oct 2021
Yellow songbird The Telegraph Quick 16 Oct 2021
Black-and-orange bird Newsday 03 Oct 2021
Maryland’s state bird Wall Street Journal 29 Sep 2021
Magpie cousin Newsday 24 Sep 2021
Maryland player Thomas Joseph 22 Sep 2021
American songbird The Times Concise 16 Sep 2021
Red-and-black bird Thomas Joseph 15 Sep 2021
Baltimore player Thomas Joseph 01 Sep 2021
'A bird, otherwise?!' I yell in Spanish The Telegraph Cryptic 24 Aug 2021
Bird that may be black and yellow Universal 11 Aug 2021
Bird that builds hanging nests USA Today 25 Jul 2021
Bird with a Baltimore species USA Today 07 Jul 2021
Baltimore player Thomas Joseph 05 Jul 2021
Bird associated with Baltimore Universal 27 Jun 2021
Manny Machado, before becoming a Padre LA Times Daily 21 Jun 2021
Manny Machado, before becoming a Padre The Washington Post 21 Jun 2021
Magpie relative Newsday 20 Jun 2021
Bird that may be orange and black USA Today 18 Jun 2021
Baltimore pro The Washington Post Sunday 30 May 2021
Baltimore bird Newsday 18 May 2021
Baltimore ballplayer Wall Street Journal 17 May 2021
Magpie cousin Newsday 14 May 2021
One of MLB's O's The Washington Post Sunday 02 May 2021
Jim Palmer, notably Wall Street Journal 21 Apr 2021
Baltimore baseballer Wall Street Journal 19 Apr 2021
Bird with orange plumage USA Today 28 Mar 2021
Bobolink's kin Premier Sunday 14 Mar 2021
Member of the blackbird family Wall Street Journal 11 Mar 2021
Camden Yards player The Washington Post 18 Feb 2021
Camden Yards player LA Times Daily 18 Feb 2021
Baltimore bird USA Today 02 Jan 2021
Yankee's Baltimore rival Universal 31 Dec 2020
Baltimore bird Universal 22 Dec 2020
Cal Ripken, for his entire major-league career New York Times 15 Dec 2020
Golden-yellow songbird The Telegraph General Knowledge 06 Dec 2020
Bird that eats oranges (!) Newsday 28 Nov 2020
Symbol of Maryland Newsday 26 Nov 2020
Baltimore athlete New York Times 21 Oct 2020
Athlete at Baltimore's Camden Yards Universal 12 Oct 2020
Baltimore MLB player Universal 21 Sep 2020
National's Baltimore rival Universal 07 Aug 2020
Songbird named for its golden color Universal 29 Jul 2020
Bird that might be orange and black USA Today 23 Jul 2020
Baltimore player Thomas Joseph 27 May 2020
Baltimore player Jonesin 19 May 2020
Meadowlark's cousin Thomas Joseph 31 Mar 2020
Baltimore bird Jonesin 03 Mar 2020
Passerine bird associated with Baltimore The Times Specialist Sunday 16 Feb 2020
Yellow-and-black bird Premier Sunday 29 Dec 2019
Baltimore baseballer USA Today 25 Dec 2019
Maryland state bird, e.g LA Times Daily 14 Nov 2019
Maryland state bird, e.g The Washington Post 14 Nov 2019
Jim Palmer, once Thomas Joseph 08 Nov 2019
Camden Yards athlete Jonesin 22 Oct 2019
Player at Baltimore's Camden Yards New York Times 30 Sep 2019
Brightly plumed songbird LA Times Daily 22 Sep 2019
Brightly plumed songbird The Washington Post 22 Sep 2019
Oil ore, strangely, for the songbird Irish Times Simplex 21 Sep 2019
Red-and-black bird Thomas Joseph 07 Aug 2019
Camden Yards player USA Today 28 Jul 2019
Bird on an MLB cap USA Today 27 Jul 2019
Baltimore bird New York Times 22 Jul 2019
Charm City baseballer New York Times 10 Jul 2019
Gaudy songbird Canadiana 03 Jun 2019
Golden-yellow bird The Times Concise 30 May 2019
1979 World Series opponent of the 75-Across New York Times 26 May 2019
Baltimore slugger Universal 21 Apr 2019
Orange-and-black bird Premier Sunday 14 Apr 2019
Black-and-orange bird Newsday 13 Mar 2019
Hanging-nest builder The New Yorker 18 Feb 2019
Colorful songbird LA Times Daily 01 Feb 2019
Colorful songbird The Washington Post 01 Feb 2019
Baltimore baseballer Universal 24 Jan 2019
1969 World Series competitor LA Times Daily 03 Jan 2019
1969 World Series competitor The Washington Post 03 Jan 2019
Camden Yards player
Cowbird's cousin
Baltimore baseballer
Charm City baseballer
Baltimore bird
1979 World Series opponent of the 75-Across
Bird on an MLB cap
Colorful songbird
1969 World Series competitor
Baltimore slugger
Brightly plumed songbird
Player at Baltimore's Camden Yards
Baltimore bird
Brooks Robinson was one Universal 28 Nov 2018
Camden Yards player Wall Street Journal 09 Oct 2018
Camden Yards baseballer Wall Street Journal 20 Aug 2018
Ripken Jr., notably USA Today 17 Aug 2018
Bird with round part, one concealed The Telegraph Cryptic 17 Aug 2018
Camden Yards athlete New York Times 08 Aug 2018
Maryland's state bird The Washington Post Sunday 29 Jul 2018
Maryland state bird USA Today 12 Jul 2018
Adam Jones, for one Universal 21 Jun 2018
Cousin of a meadowlark New York Times 24 May 2018
Baltimore bird Eugene Sheffer 19 May 2018
Builder of a hanging nest USA Today 13 Mar 2018
Mid-Atlantic state symbol Newsday 03 Mar 2018
Baltimore bird The Washington Post 26 Feb 2018
Baltimore bird LA Times Daily 26 Feb 2018
Colorful bird Thomas Joseph 02 Feb 2018
Maryland state symbol New York Times 01 Feb 2018
Brooks Robinson was one
Camden Yards baseballer
Baltimore bird
Camden Yards player
Baltimore athlete
Camden Yards athlete
Ripken Jr., notably
Maryland state bird
Cousin of a meadowlark
Maryland state symbol
Adam Jones, for one
American songbird The Times Concise 14 Dec 2017
Manny Machado is one Family Time 11 Dec 2017
Baltimore baseball player Family Time 08 Oct 2017
Golden-yellow bird with black wings The Telegraph General Knowledge 01 Oct 2017
Brooks Robinson was one New York Times 28 Sep 2017
Bird of baseball The Washington Post 02 Sep 2017
Bird of baseball LA Times Daily 02 Sep 2017
Baltimore player Universal 26 Aug 2017
Cal Ripken Jr., notably Wall Street Journal 22 Jul 2017
Camden Yards regular Universal 25 Jun 2017
Pro baseball player with an orange-and-black uniform New York Times 13 Jun 2017
Bird whose name means 'golden' New York Times 07 Apr 2017
Dylan Bundy or Zach Britton Universal 15 Mar 2017
Raven's spring counterpart? Universal 17 Feb 2017
Bird, duck, on turbulent Loire The Telegraph Cryptic 07 Feb 2017
Maryland's state bird is one USA Today 11 Jan 2017
Chris Davis, for one Universal 08 Jan 2017
Maryland state bird, e.g.
Pro baseball player with an orange-and-black uniform
Maryland's state bird is one
Chris Davis, for one
Camden Yards regular
Bird with orange plumage
Baltimore player
Bird whose name means "golden"
Brooks Robinson was one
Bird of baseball
Builder of a hanging nest Wall Street Journal 28 Dec 2016
Bobolink's kin Wall Street Journal 15 Dec 2016
AL East athlete Jonesin 06 Dec 2016
Jay rival Wall Street Journal 29 Oct 2016
Baltimore's bird Universal 28 Oct 2016
American League team member USA Today 13 Oct 2016
Ripken Jr. was one USA Today 01 Oct 2016
Frank Robinson was one Universal 26 Aug 2016
Blue Jay rival Premier Sunday 21 Aug 2016
Baltimore bird? The Washington Post 28 Jul 2016
Player with an orange-and-black logo LA Times Daily 28 Jul 2016
''Baltimore'' bird Newsday 25 Jul 2016
Baltimore ballplayer New York Times 18 Jul 2016
American League player Wall Street Journal 02 Jul 2016
Cal Ripken Jr. was one USA Today 27 Jun 2016
Baltimore athlete LA Times Daily 21 Jun 2016
Player in black, orange and white Wall Street Journal 15 Jun 2016
Charm City ballplayer New York Times 05 Jun 2016
Camden Yards player Universal 02 Apr 2016
Camden Yards ballplayer The Washington Post 24 Mar 2016
Manny Machado, for one USA Today 07 Mar 2016
Gaudy song bird Canadiana 29 Feb 2016
Maryland baseballer Wall Street Journal 29 Feb 2016
Tiger's rival, sometimes Universal 18 Feb 2016
Jim Palmer was one Universal 04 Feb 2016
Black and yellow US bird The Times Concise 13 Jan 2016
Maryland songbird Eugene Sheffer 06 Jan 2016
Charm City ballplayer
Baltimore ballplayer
Frank Robinson was one
Jim Palmer was one
American League team member
Cal Ripken Jr. was one
Ripken Jr. was one
Tiger's rival, sometimes
Player with an orange-and-black logo
Baltimore athlete
Maryland's state bird Jonesin 22 Dec 2015
Baltimore pro Universal 19 Dec 2015
Camden Yards ballplayer LA Times Daily 01 Dec 2015
Brooks Robinson, e.g USA Today 25 Nov 2015
Player for the team nicknamed 'The Birds' Wall Street Journal 09 Nov 2015
J.J. Hardy, for one USA Today 22 Oct 2015
Cowbird's cousin Wall Street Journal 08 Oct 2015
Matt Wieters, for one USA Today 06 Oct 2015
Brooks Robinson, for years Universal 03 Aug 2015
National rival Wall Street Journal 10 Jul 2015
American songbird The Telegraph Quick 06 Jun 2015
2014 American League East champ Universal 17 May 2015
Meadowlark's cousin Wall Street Journal 15 May 2015
Maker of a hanging nest New York Times 30 Apr 2015
Maryland's state bird USA Today 15 Feb 2015
Brooks Robinson, e.g.
Member of Buck Showalter's MLB team LA Times Daily 01 Jan 2015
"Baltimore" bird
Member of Buck Showalter's MLB team
Brooks Robinson, for years
Baltimore pro
2014 American League East champ
Baltimore baseballer
Meadowlark's cousin
National rival
J.J. Hardy, for one
Maker of a hanging nest
Maryland's state bird
Player for the team nicknamed "The Birds"
Black-and-orange bird
Camden Yards ballplayer
Matt Wieters, for one
Yankee rival
"The Human Vacuum Cleaner" for one
Baltimore bird
J.J. Hardy, in 2013
Blackbird's cousin
Maryland symbol
Player in orange and black
Camden Yards athlete
Brooks Robinson, notably
National rival
Baltimore ballplayer
Word from the Latin for "golden"
Camden Yards man
Yankee vanquisher, in 2014
Magpie cousin
Maryland state bird
Black-and-orange bird
106-Down on Cal Ripken's cap
Bird named for its golden plumage
Camden Yards player
Brightly plumed songbird
Bird that builds hanging nests
Baseball bird
Bird in a dugout
Camden Yards player
Bird in a dugout
Bird that builds hanging nests
Chris Davis, for one
Camden Yards player
Yankee foe
Brooks Robinson, once
Bird on a baseball cap
A.L. East athlete
Baltimore blackbird
Bird on Cal Ripken's cap
Twin's rival
Treetop whistler
Cardinal cousin
One cheered in Baltimore
Bird on a cap in Baltimore
Baseball player in black and orange
Baltimore bird
Cal Ripken, for one
Camden Yards ballplayer
Cal Ripken, for one
Cartoon bird on a cap
Maryland state bird, for one
13-Down athlete
American Leaguer since 1954
Baltimore's ___ Park
Orange-and-black bird
Baltimore pro
Baltimore ballplayer
Baltimore catcher, say
Charm City ballplayer
Charm City ballplayer
Diamond bird
Ray rival
National's local rival
Maryland pro
Maryland's state bird
Met's 1969 World Series rival
National's local rival
Bird that hangs its nest from a branch
Baltimore baseballer
Baltimore baseballer
His team has an orange-and-black logo
His team has an orange-and-black logo
Orange-and-black bird
Bird that hangs its nest from a branch
Baltimore baseballer
Baltimore baseballer
Old Line State symbol
Yankee opponent
Camden Yards player
Jim Palmer or Cal Ripken Jr.
Orange-and-black flier
Maryland's state bird
Charm City ballplayer
Camden Yards ballplayer
Black-and-orange bird
16-Across, for one
Maryland state bird
Baltimore baseballer
Blackbird relative
Baseball-cap bird
Baltimore ballplayer
Brooks Robinson, for 23 years
Charm City baseballer
Ray's opponent
Cal Ripken Jr., e.g.
A.L. East player
Brightly colored bird
Camden Yards player
Black-and-orange singer
Firebird
Hanging-nest builder
Bird on a baseball cap
Opponent for 4-Down
Brightly colored bird
Cal Ripken Jr., e.g.
Colorful songbird
Ray's opponent
Maryland's state bird
Orange-and-black bird
Cousin of a meadowlark
Builder of a hanging nest
Camden Yards ballplayer
Black-and-gold bird
Camden Yards player
Bird on a baseball cap
Firebird, e.g.
Yankee rival
State bird of Maryland
Maryland's state bird
Player managed by Earl Weaver
Player managed by Earl Weaver
Orange-and-black flier
Bird also known as a "hang-nest"
Jim Palmer, notably
Bird with a ball?
1983 World Series ring recipient
Ripken was one
Black and orange bird
Camden Yards bird
Baltimore slugger
American songbird
Bird popular in Baltimore
Cal Ripken, once
Baltimore bird
St. Louis Brown, after 1954
1983 World Series ring recipient
Bird with a ball?
Jim Palmer, once
Black-and-orange songbird
Meadowlark kin
Cal Ripken, Jr., notably
Blue Jay rival
Builder of a hanging 61-Across
"Baltimore" bird
Baltimore __: Maryland state bird
Cal Ripken was one
Blue Jay rival
Ripken, all his career
Baltimore bird
Baltimore __: Maryland state bird
Sosa, briefly
Black-and-orange flyer
Major leaguer in orange and black
Yankee rival
Baltimore ballplayer
Blue Jay opponent
Brooks Robinson, e.g.
Brooks Robinson, for 23 years
Camden Yards player
National rival
Bird on a cap
A.L. cap bird
Memorial Stadium player, once
Baltimore baseballer
Certain firebird
Brooks Robinson, for his entire career
Firebird
American League bird
Camden Yards player
Devil Ray rival
Maryland state bird
Rafael Palmeiro, for one
Jim Palmer, once
Maryland state bird
Blue Jay foe
Colorful songbird
Yankee foe
Camden Yards athlete
Camden Yards baseball player
Cal Ripken, for all 3,001 of his games
"Golden" or "northern" bird
Meadowlark's cousin
Baseball bird
American Leaguer since '54
Blue Jay adversary
Camden Yards pro
Jim Palmer, notably
Black-and-orange songbird
Treetop whistler
Baltimore baseball player
Maryland's bird
Yankee opponent
Maryland's state bird
Frank Robinson, once
Camden Yards pro
Baltimore bird
Brightly-colored flier
Baseball "bird"
"The Human Vacuum Cleaner" for one
Raven peer?
Cal Ripken Jr., notably
Baltimore athlete
Baseball bird
Bright bird
St. Louis Brown, since 1954
Baltimore player
American Leaguer since 1954
American Leaguer since 1954
Baltimore player
St. Louis Brown, since 1954
Brightly colored bird
Baltimore bird
Cal, notably
Firebird
Ripken, notably
Brooks Robinson, notably
Camden Yards denizen
Black-and-orange bird
Songbird
Orange-and-black bird
Player coached by Earl Weaver
Brooks Robinson, e.g.
Baltimore batter
Brooks Robinson, for one
Baltimore player
Maryland bird
Meadowlark relative
Cal Ripken was one
Firebird
Bird whose nest hangs
Colorful songbird
Jim Palmer, once
Baseball bird
Camden Yard player
Baltimore pro
Colorful passerine bird
Brightly colored bird
Yankee rival
Meadowlark cousin
Cal Ripken, e.g.
Firebird
Colorful flier
Bobolink's kin
Diamond bird
Cal Ripken, for one
Crow's cousin
Camden Yards player
Black-and-orange bird
Diamond bird
Camden Yards ballplayer
Crow.s cousin
Orange and black bird
Colorful percher
Baltimore bird
1969 World Series competitor
Baltimore AL er
Baltimore player
Blue jay foe
Camden Yards player
Cal Ripken is a famous one
Jim Palmer, once
Brightly-colored bird
Jim Palmer was one
Camden Yards denizen
Meadowlark's kin
Blue Jay's rival
Cal Ripken Jr., e.g.
Orange-and-black flier
Cal Ripken Jr., for one
Cal Ripken, Jr., for one
Jim Palmer was one
Cal Ripken, for one
Hangbird
Baltimore flier
American Leaguer since '54
Camden Yards bird
Cal Ripkin, Jr., for one
Baltimore bird
Baltimore swinger?
Camden Yard bird?
Camden Yards nester
Ripken, for one
Baltimore player
Cal Ripken, for one
Camden Yards rooster?
Tiger's rival
Baltimore athlete
Baltimore pro
Major League bird
Camden Yards bird
_____ Park, Baltimore
Field-guide listing
Player at Camden Yards
Baseball bird
A troupial
Cal Ripken, e.g.
Carl Ripken Jr. is one
An A.L. team emblem
Troupial
Hangnest
Weaver bird, formerly
Memorial Stadium regular
Hangnest or firebird
American League "bird"
Black and yellow bird
An April loser in 1988
Young Babe Ruth
Jim Palmer, once
Earl Weaver was one
Cal Ripken is one
Baltimore or orchard
Passerine bird
Earl Weaverbird?
Batter at Baltimore
Bird or player
Ruth, in 1914
Ruth in 1914
Meadowlark's relative
A.L. player
Blackbird's cousin
The Australian fig-bird is one
Word with Baltimore or golden
Bobolink's relative
Bright bird
Bird of Baltimore
A. L. player
Earl Weaver's bird
A. L. ballplayer
Ballplayer
Baltimore flier
October, 1970, hero
Fig-bird
Babe Ruth, once
Boog Powell
Bird
Big leaguer
Baltimorean.
American Leaguer.
Bird with hanging nest
Baltimore man
Songbird.
Bauer man.
Babe Ruth was one.
Firebird.
Bird.
Starling's cousin.
Series star.
Yankee rival.
Bright bird.
Baltimore's pride.
Babe Ruth, in 1914.
Big league ball player.
Relative of a bobolink.
Baltimore ballplayer.
Baltimore ___.
Fig-bird.
The color tan.
Brightly colored bird.
Black-and-yellow bird.
Colorful bird.
American League player.
Yellow bird.
Relative of the starling.
Memorial Stadium ballplayer.
Golden bird.
Audubon subject.
Starling's relative.
Pride of Baltimore.
Passerine bird.
Song bird.
Ball player.
Crow's cousin.
Hangbird.
Baltimore player.
Paul Richards, for instance.
Player at Memorial Stadium.
Major leaguer.
Black and yellow bird.
Former Brown.
Jimmy Dykes.
Relative of the crow.
Sight for bird watchers.
Yellow-and-black bird.
Black-and-yellow trout fly.
Oscine bird.
Baltimore baseball player.
Icterine type.
Builder of hanging nest.
Baltimore songster.
Eddie Murray, e.g.
Baltimore baseballer
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