- n. uncountable, UK, Australia, slang A time very early in the day; dawn.
- n. countable A person or thing of no consequence.
- From sparrow + fart. In the dawn sense, apparently UK dialect (Yorkshire) from ante 1828. (Wiktionary)
“Too giddy to set about the Rev before the paper-chase at sparrow-fart.”
“The ice in Rowena's eyes was so thin a sparrow-fart elf couldn't have stepped on it without falling in.”
“So be here at sparrow-fart or you'll miss all the fun!”
“Noted compassionate, progressive, politically-correct sparrow-fart Dainty Dawg channels Vlad the Impaler ...”
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