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fly•catch•er



Pronunciation: (flī'kach"ur), [key]
n.
1. any of numerous Old World birds of the family Muscicapidae, that feed on insects captured in the air.
2. Also called tyrant flycatcher. any of numerous similar American birds of the family Tyrannidae.

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