Definition for FIELD-FARE

FIELD-FARE, n. [field and fare, wandering in the field. Sax. faran, to go.]

A bird of the genus Turdus, or thrush, about ten inches in length, the head ash-colored, the back and greater coverts of the wings, of a fine deep chestnut, and the tail black. These birds pass the summer in the northern parts of Europe, but visit Great Britain in winter. Encyc.

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