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grouse in Birds topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgrousegrouse1 /ɡraʊs/ noun  1 grouse.jpg [countable, uncountable] (plural grouse)HBB a small bird that is hunted and shot for food and sport, or the flesh of this bird the grouse shooting season roast grouse2 [countable] informalCOMPLAIN a complaint His main grouse is that he isn’t paid enough.
Examples from the Corpus
grouseMeanwhile, a grouse landed in an apple tree beside me, then flew down to the ground and walked away.It is the same for sage grouse.This recipe works well with any of the small birds-quail, squab, grouse.Throughout the day the grouse drums in the woods, and the woodcock performs its exuberant ritual at dawn and dusk.As we walked, grouse rose from the heather, calling out in alarm, .