Chirp in a sentence

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Definition of Chirp

  • To make a shop, sharp, cheerful, as of small birds or crickets.
  • A short, sharp note, as of a bird or insect.
  • a sharp sound made by small birds or insects
  • make high-pitched sounds
  • sing in modulation

How to use chirp in a sentence. Chirp pronunciation.

At last the two songsters, with little chirps and calls, suddenly flew high in the air and circled back through the woods.
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The chirp of a robin on the bough above his head awakened him, and his awakenment was accompanied by a sigh.
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A little dry chirp from the corner of the room now roused her attention.
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No chirp of bird, no baying of a friendly dog, no burst of childish merriment broke the droning silence.
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In a bush under the bank that made of it a black blot in the unearthly whiteness of the sand, a little bird fluttered uneasily and sent a small, inquiring chirp into the stillness.
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She heard the chirp of awakening birds, and fancied she caught a faint clatter of hoofs.
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For aught I see, you have none but a parcel of birds and cages in this island of yours, and the devil a bit of one of them all that sets his hand to the plough, or tills the land whose fat he devours; their whole business is to be frolic, to chirp it, to whistle it, to warble it, tossing it, and roar it merrily night and day.
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There came the sleepy chirp of a bird and the rustling of tired wings settling for the night.
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No sound came to them but the chirp of a startled squirrel and the barking of a dog in the direction of St. James.
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He can stay out all night in those clothes, with the thermometer below zero, and at dawn still be able to chirp the only word that is left in his vocabulary.
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THE TALE OF CHIRPY CRICKET Chirpy loved to stroll about after dark and "chirp.
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I'd had tens of thousands of simultaneous random calls and text messages sent to it, causing every chirp and ring it had to go off and keep on going off.
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They retreated by the same passage which had admitted them to the prior's secret seat of observation, and when they issued from the grotto into the wood, the birds which began to chirp, and even to sing, announced that the dawn was advanced.
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Chirpy loved to stroll about after dark and "chirp.
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Phil lowered his voice to a low, insistent chirp.
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Then arose the strangely sounding call of the cicada, or cricket, one of the largest kind, perched high on the trees, setting up a most piercing chirp.
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The little brown bird fluttered terrifiedly and gave a piteous, small chirp when her hand closed over it, and then lay quite still in her cupped palms and blinked up at her.
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Its eyes were half shut, one leg hung loose, and it was making faint chirps of distress.
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Dick imitated him in a few little chirps, "A leg and a stump!
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But I did not chirp.
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Examples of Chirp

Example #1
Ted was after did the same thing, and for some time the children hurried on after the birds.
Example #2
The one Ted was after did the same thing, and for some time the children hurried on after the birds.
Example #3
Here was the world in which he had lived; here the plowed field, the high road yonder, and Mary, stripping ivy from the trees.
Example #4
So he might have felt if the earth had dropped from his feet, and the empty blue had hung all round him, and the air had been steeped in the presence of one woman.
Example #5
And it was Katharine who had opened his eyes to this, he thought.
Example #6
All that brotherhood and sisterhood, and a common childhood in a common past mean, all the stability, the unambitious comradeship, and tacit understanding of family life at its best, came to his mind, and he thought of them as a company, of which he was the leader, bound on a difficult, dreary, but glorious voyage.