A small passerinebird of the finch family; the European goldfinch, Carduelis carduelis, the American goldfinch, Carduelis tristis, Lawrence's Goldfinch, Carduelis lawrencei, or the lesser goldfinch, Carduelis psaltria. (noun)
Examples of word goldfinch
The weight of the bird bends it down even more, nearly touching the stones, but the goldfinch is a determined diner hanging rump up to get the tasty morsels.
The goldfinch is a symbol of Christ's future death on the cross.
There is, for instance, that charming letter about the escaped goldfinch, which is not spoiled for us even though we may take
This love-song of the goldfinch is the climax of the summer's bird-song.
But the wren screamed loudest of all, and said that the goldfinch was a painted impostor, and had not got half so much gold as the yellow-hammer.
The goldfinch is a fun bird to spot around Lincoln. juditu ...
I didn't know that the goldfinch is the only one that eats upside down.