Definition of Little sparrow
1. Noun. French cabaret singer (1915-1963).
Generic synonyms: Singer, Vocaliser, Vocalist, Vocalizer
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Literary usage of Little sparrow
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1. Children's Literature: A Textbook of Sources for Teachers and Teacher by Charles Madison Curry (1921)
"Then the poor little sparrow flew away to his home, but he could never sing again. ... She said to her husband, "Let us go and find our poor little sparrow. ..."
2. Year Book by Carnegie Institution of Washington (1920)
"1 laughing gull, 5 little sparrow hawks, 1 broad-wing hawk, 14 least sandpipers, and a small flock of semi-palmated plovers. Jan. 6. ..."
3. Cossack Fairy Tales and Folk-tales by Robert Nisbet Bain (1902)
"SPARROW once flew down upon a bush and said: " Little bush, give good little sparrow a swing."—"I won't I" said the little bush. Then the sparrow was angry, ..."
4. The Silver-Burdett Readers by Ella Marie Powers, Thomas Minard Balliet (1906)
"THE little sparrow. One day, late in the fall, a little sparrow sat all alone on a tree ... Will you not go with us, little sparrow, to the southern lands? ..."
5. The Morse Readers; Practical Graded Text by Ella Marie Powers (1902)
"They stopped and spoke to the little sparrow. "Will you not go with us, little sparrow, to the southern lands? " The sparrow gazed at him in surprise. ..."
6. Michigan Poets and Poetry: With Portraits and Biographies by Warren Wayne Lamport (1904)
"... The little sparrow CAROLINE KELSEY LUMBER BIRDIE, swinging in your nest, Feathered coverlet so warm, Nestled snug in mother's breast, Naught you heed ..."