English sparrow

NOUN
  1. small hardy brown-and-grey bird native to Europe
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How To Use English sparrow In A Sentence

  • He looked more and more like a well-to-do old English sparrow, and chippered faster and faster. Deephaven and Selected Stories & Sketches
  • If you haven't attracted bluebirds or tree swallows by late spring, close your box up or take it down, but do not let English sparrows, vicious predators, take over any box.
  • All wild birds (except pigeons, English sparrows and starlings) are protected by federal and state laws, so it's illegal to trap, kill or poison them.
  • A sea-gull with slow, deliberate flight and long, majestic curves circled round us, and as a reminder of home a little English sparrow perched impudently on the fo'castle head, and, cocking his head on one side, chirped merrily. Story of a Typhoon off the Coast of Japan
  • We cannot recall ever having such large families of cardinals, downy and hairy woodpeckers, English sparrows, blue jays, titmice and chickadees.
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