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These include such familiar birds as red-bellied woodpecker, Carolina wren, Northern mockingbird, tufted titmouse and Northern cardinal.
His voice is recognizably Hanks, with lots of Norman Rockwell phrasing: lollygagging, yowza, thanked his lucky stars, titmouse, knothead, atta baby.
There was a titmouse in an oak tree and a chickadee on a fence post.
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Origin and Etymology of titmouse
TITMOUSE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of titmouse for English Language Learners
: a small American bird
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