Definition of Titlarks

1. titlark [n] - See also: titlark



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Titlarks

titillating
titillatingly
titillations
titillative
titin
titipounamu
titis
titivate
titivated
titivates
titivating
titivation
titivations
titlark
titlarks (current term)
title
title-holder
title case
title character
title characters
title deed
title deeds
title defect
title defects
title of respect
title page
title pages
title policy
title role

Literary usage of Titlarks

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Annual Record of Science and Industry for 1871-78 by Spencer Fullerton Baird (1877)
"This was carefully watched, and at a subsequent visit to the nest the titlarks were found hatched, but not the egg of the cuckoo. At the end of forty-eight ..."

2. Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne by Gilbert White, Francis Trevelyan Buckland, Roundell Palmer Selborne (1877)
""Gales" means nightingales:— Catchings, April, 1873— | Catchings April, 1873— April 9, 3 titlarks 31, 21 Gales for turning 1(1, 8 ,, down, cocks and hens 18 ..."

3. The Boy's Own Book: A Complete Encyclopedia of All the Diversions, Athletic by William Clarke (1829)
"titlarks are caught from the end of March to the middle of April. ... You may catch titlarks with clap-nets, as other small birds; if caught later than ..."

4. Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge by Charles Knight (1842)
"Mr. Swainson characterises the titlarks (genus Anthus) as slender-shaped birds, ... But we must now return to the titlarks, and we quite agree with Mr. ..."

5. Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge by Charles Knight (1842)
"Mr. Swainson characterises the titlarks (genus Anthus) as slender-shaped birds, having the plumage and long hinder toes of ..."

6. Our Summer Migrants: An Account of the Migratory Birds which Pass the Summer by James Edmund Harting (1877)
"On the third or fourth day after this the young titlarks were found lying dead on the ground, and the Cuckoos were in possession of the nest. ..."

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