boo-bird

boo-bird

(ˈbuˈbɚd)
n. a person who boos frequently at games or other public events. The catcher turned and stared right at the loudmouthed boo-bird. Everybody knew what he was thinking.
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But I agree with what that old boo-bird Bill O'Reilly said on his TV show Monday night.
His lone blemish came when former Angel and now visiting boo-bird Jose Guillen delivered an RBI single in the sixth.
When Ted Cruz officially stepped into the 2016 presidential ring last week the boo-birds attacked immediately.
As the first half dwindled down against Cal State Fullerton in UCLA's season opener, the boo-birds came out, the Bruins trailing 33-27 Monday night at Pauley Pavilion.
Also, Jeremiah Masoli played really well against Cal, silencing the boo-birds.
No boo-birds please, we don't need you, only bloooooo-birds.
Team morale has been thin of late and giving up a spate of penalties (as has been happening) would incite the boo-birds.
The boo-birds will react with venom if it happens again, the media will eat it up, and Kobe will again be unjustly vilified for not getting the Lakers to the Promised Land.
John Kerry led a chorus of boo-birds in immediately labeling McCain as "unbelievably out of touch.
He can only hope the boo-birds in the Bronx have a little patience during the process, lest his graceful demeanor be tested further.
Really give those new Arco boo-birds something to pucker their lips over.