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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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snowbirdsnow‧bird /ˈsnəʊbɜːd $ ˈsnoʊbɜːrd/ noun [countable] American English informal  SSOLD/NOT YOUNGsomeone, especially an old person, who every year leaves their home in a cold part of the US to go and live in a warm part of the US for the winter
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snowbirdBaseball was a one-month gig that left like the rest of snowbirds come April.After all the snowbirds, Tourons, sissies and failed Californios dry up and blow away.
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