Definition of birdbrain in English:

birdbrain

noun

informal
  • A silly or stupid person.

    • ‘We're only kidding of course, but you don't have to be a birdbrain to realize even the best-planned birdscape will not attract birds if the family cat decides to lounge there.’
    • ‘Who wants a bunch of birdbrains running around in their game anyway?’
    • ‘At the brink of power, this birdbrain is feeling bolts of mortal terror.’
    • ‘Cindy Mead of Woodsong will be hosting the next edition of I and the Bird, with some birdbrain storyteller or other hosting the one after that.’
    • ‘Yesterday, Emma Tom - who was recruited to appeal to the broadsheet's birdbrain demographic - argued anti-abortionists ‘are more interested in ranting than actually reducing terminations.’’
    • ‘Instead of being the classic pair of sweet-but-boring lovers, Hero and Philia are a pair of birdbrains - though Philia is a bit more backward than her boyfriend.’
    • ‘Dowd's no birdbrain: she knows Cheney's goose is cooked, and she's not afraid to crow about it.’
    • ‘The birdbrain concerned ignores the fact that people are complaining precisely because the pests are NOT leaving them alone.’
    • ‘You can, if you'd just put me down, you birdbrain.’
    • ‘Tarra raised an eyebrow at him, ‘Bite me, birdbrain.’’
    • ‘That's something to be thankful for even if the birdbrain who has made mincemeat of honesty, democratic parley, and due process, is flying around the globe like a blind clog in a meat market.’
    • ‘Meanwhile, the search continues for other birdbrains with a gift for numbers.’
    • ‘Next time you're tempted to call someone a birdbrain, remember you might actually be giving them much more credit than you intend.’
    idiot, ass, halfwit, nincompoop, blockhead, buffoon, dunce, dolt, ignoramus, cretin, imbecile, dullard, moron, simpleton, clod
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Pronunciation

birdbrain

/ˈbəːdbreɪn/