How To Use Titmouse In A Sentence

  • A mockingbird sang nonstop, sometimes making up his own phrases, sometimes mimicking a bluebird, sometimes mimicking a titmouse.
  • Besides a Downy Woodpecker here and a Tufted Titmouse there, avifauna was all but absent.
  • The most abundant resident birds are the bushtit, pinyon jay, plain titmouse, black-chinned hummingbird, Woodhouse's jay, red-tailed hawk, golden eagle, red-shafted flicker, and rock wren. Colorado Plateau Semidesert Province (Bailey)
  • We are shown into a miserable garret, and introduced to a vulgar, illiterate, cockneyfied, dirty, dandified linendraper's shopman, in the person of _Tittlebat Titmouse_. Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 1, November 27, 1841
  • She saw many colorful birds that she knew only from the books she studied: a cardinal and its mate, a cowbird, a catbird, two blue jays, and what she thought was a titmouse.
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  • But they were well-mannered, loitering beneath the feeders, waiting for whatever sunflower seeds the finicky nuthatches and—does anyone happen to know whether titmice is the plural of titmouse—happened to toss aside in their search for the perfect seed. Backyard Warfare
  • The most abundant breeding birds include the cardinal, tufted titmouse, wood thrush, summer tanager, red-eyed vireo, blue-gray gnatcatcher, and Carolina wren. Eastern Broadleaf Forest (Oceanic) Province (Bailey)
  • ‘grub-picker’ (or tree-creeper), about as small as the penduline titmouse, with speckled plumage of an ashen colour, and with a poor note; it is a variety of the woodpecker. The History of Animals
  • The owl was so startled to discover someone watching it hunt that it dropped the titmouse, which fell to the ground.
  • The word is most common in American English in combinations that denote various small birds, such as the titmouse or tomtit. Archive 2006-11-01
  • He took the titmouse homeraised it in a bamboo cage.
  • In this weird English language, greyhounds aren't always grey (or gray), a ladybug is a beetle, guinea pigs are neither pigs nor from Guinea, and a titmouse is neither mammal nor mammaried. VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XI No 4
  • Fred had middled it straight through college her only life until then and had come out believing that even if she would never seem strong, swarthy, butch, or scary, at least she could try not to seem like a titmouse. The Sitzer
  • Of the 20-odd bird species present in mature forest, the most common are the pine warbler, cardinal, summer tanager, Carolina wren, ruby-throated hummingbird, blue jay, hooded warbler, eastern towhee, and tufted titmouse. Southeastern Mixed Forest Province (Bailey)
  • The budding trees also offered Tufted Titmouse, Ruby-crowned Kinglet, Eastern Phoebe, and Downy Woodpecker.

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