“So far as I have observed, the robin and the bluebird win their mates by gentle and fond approaches; but certain of the sparrows, notably the little social sparrow or "chippie," appear to carry the case by storm.”
“Sparrow, social or chipping, or "chippie" (SPIZELLA SOCIALIS).”
“a "chippie" (called also "hair bird") suspended from a branch by a horse-hair, beneath a partly constructed nest.”
“That is why we are giving the 'chippie' a visit first. ”
“I find both of these, however, lack the satisfying crunch that makes such a pleasing contrast to the soft, savoury starchiness within – or maybe I'm just nostalgic for the chippie.”
“The barkeep shift changed and the chippie disappeared into the laundry facilities.”
“The chippie barkeep wore short jean shorts and was all legs.”
“French Vocabulary un chouia (m) = a smidgen; le réveillon (m) = Christmas Eve Dinner; une chippie (f) = little devil; la belle-mère (f) = mother-in-law”
“I didn't know about the candied oranges — which just goes to show how my mother-in-law is always holding back an ingredient (chippie that she is) just to throw us off.”
“I went out with a chippie like that in Charlestown.”
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