[moo r-foul] /ˈmʊərˌfaʊl/

noun, plural moorfowls (especially collectively) moorfowl. Chiefly British.
the red grouse.
/ˈmʊəˌfaʊl; ˈmɔː-/
(in British game laws) an archaic name for red grouse Compare heathfowl


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