Thesaurus / canary

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In the middle is a long in-drawn note, much like one of the canary's.

Birds in the BushBradford Torrey

Still, the manager himself hadn't really cared about the Twinklers since the canary came.

Christopher and ColumbusCountess Elizabeth Von Arnim

There is also every probability that the Canary islands and Madeira were entirely in their possession.

A Manual of Ancient HistoryA. H. L. (Arnold Hermann Ludwig) Heeren

From one subject he leaps to another like a canary hopping on the sticks of his cage; but there is method in his madness.

A Top-Floor IdylGeorge van Schaick

He had plenty of ale and cider, with which the Cavaliers were perfectly content, but only a single runlet of canary.

Boscobel: or, the royal oakWilliam Harrison Ainsworth

The canary lays from four to six eggs, and hatches them in about two weeks.

There were notes and passages in the répertoire of Walworth which were worthy of a canary.

Mystic London:Charles Maurice Davies

They are generally fed with rape and canary seed; but are soon accustomed to all the food of the aviary.

She was graceful as a cat, and a conviction overcame Charles Orsino that he was the canary.

The SyndicC.M. Kornbluth

The rage for breeding the canary with home birds became curiously popular and resulted in a curious intermixture of colors.

opposites of canary

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