We have no meanings for "nest in" in our records yet.
The birds nest in northern Europe and fly south in the fall.
The Dorking Hen had knocked it from the nest in her flight.
We sat down and made a nest in the long red grass.
He makes his nest in the same form as the other cassiques.
A water vole carries her baby to a new nest in Kent.
Mr. Emerton found one nest in a path a foot in depth.
Again, the dove builds its nest in the cleft of a rock.
Here they build their nest in low bushes or upon the ground.
The Xylocopae are powerful bees which worm their nest in dry wood.
I would rather take Herbert back to our little nest in London.
This spring a chaffinch built a nest in one of my yew-trees.
Lapwings like to nest in almost open ground or in short crops.
Major Bingham subsequently found another nest in Tenasserim, about which he says:-
I have a wasps' nest in the garden that is still active.
Fancy a nest in my neck with little spotty eggs in it!
You don't really want to leave this nest in your old age.
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Nest in across language varieties