Any of various New World passerine birds (family Mimidae), esp. a species (Mimus polyglottos) of the U.S. noted for its song and its ability to imitate the calls of many other birds.
Webster's New World
The definition of a mockingbird is a songbird that usually lives in tropical parts of America and can mimic the sounds made by other birds.
An example of a mockingbird is a long-tailed grey bird that lives in the south and that mimics sparrows, robins and other birds.
- Mimus polyglotktos
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