1. widely distributed European titmouse with bright cobalt blue wings and tail and crown of the head
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How To Use tomtit In A Sentence

  • The tomtit is like its English namesake in shape, but smaller, and with a glossy black head and bright yellow breast. A First Year in Canterbury Settlement
  • There are fernbirds and tomtits that should also return.
  • Ah, yes! the tomtit is the embodiment and poetry of nimbleness. Our Bird Comrades
  • No one can deny that the tomtit is a companionable little fellow. Our Bird Comrades
  • And inside of me I was singing as small as a tomtit. Twelve Stories and a Dream, by H. G. Wells
  • Titmarshes and Hoggartys, viz., a tomtit rampant and a hog in armour. The Great Hoggarty Diamond
  • The bush has abundant bird life, including the bellbird, tomtit, rifleman, wood pigeon and grey warbler.
  • Last year, to complete the change, a tomtit was pleased to build her nest within the lock of the Tolbooth, — a strong temptation to have committed a sonnet, had the Author, like Tony Lumpkin, been in a concatenation accordingly. The Heart of Mid-Lothian
  • In this area you may see the brown creeper, tomtit, robin, bellbird, rifleman, wood pigeon, falcon and kea.
  • There we were introduced to matai and totara and other natives, and also to birds - tomtits, warblers and fantails.
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