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Definitions of grebe in various dictionaries:
noun - small compact-bodied almost completely aquatic bird that builds floating nests
Any of various swimming and diving birds of the family Podicipedidae, having a pointed bill and lobed, fleshy membranes along each toe.
noun - a diving bird
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Cousin of a loon|
|Relative of a loon|
|Aquatic bird similar to a loon|
|Dabchick, for one|
|Diving bird related to the loon|
|Possible Jeopardy Clues|
|It may look like a duck, but this clumsy creature was once thought related to the loon, but that was looney:|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|Any of various swimming and diving birds of the family Podicipedidae, having a pointed bill and lobed, fleshy membranes along each toe.|
|a diving waterbird with a long neck, lobed toes, and almost no tail, typically having bright breeding plumage used in display.|
|small compact-bodied almost completely aquatic bird that builds floating nests similar to loons but smaller and with lobate rather than webbed feet|
|any of a family of grey or brown water birds that swim on or under surface of the water|
|A diving waterbird with a long neck, lobed toes, and almost no tail, typically having bright breeding plumage used in display.|
|A grebe () is a member of the order Podicipediformes and the only type of bird associated with this order.Grebes are a widely distributed order of freshwater diving birds, some of which visit the sea when migrating and in winter. This order contains only a single family, the Podicipedidae, containing 22 species in six extant genera.|