n.) The bed or receptacle prepared by a fowl for holding her eggs and for hatching and rearing her young.
the place in which the eggs of other animals, as insects, turtles, etc., are laid and hatched; a snug place in which young animals are reared.
The birds have deserted their nest.
The blackbird’s nest contained four eggs.
The owl seems to have deserted its nest.
She carefully watched the bird in the nest.
They say eagles used to nest in those rocks.
He smoked the bees out of their nest.
The bird befouled its own nest.
A family of mice had made their nest in the roof.
The birds built their nest in the small fir tree.
The cuckoo lays her egg in another bird’s nest.
In May the females build a nest and lay their eggs.
Birds make a nest in the springtime to raise their babies in.
The swallows are building a nest under the roof of our house.
The nest egg grew and grew; improbably, unbelievably, it grew.
They have a little nest egg tucked away somewhere for a rainy day.
The bird’s nest is vulnerable to the slightest whim of the weather.
Birds build nests.
Birds make their nests in trees.
Birds always return to their nests.
Robins build nests almost anywhere.
It is in the nature of birds to fly and build nests.
Baby cuckoos oust other baby birds from their nests.
The birds returned to their nests and continued to incubate the eggs.
Cuckoos are famous for laying their eggs in the nests of other birds.