But she heard the chirrup of the sparrows, the call of thrush and blackbird, and far away the hymn of praise of the skylark.
Ben gave a chirrup, the horses began to move, and that was the end of dear old Tunxet.
Then one by one came in the ladies of the house, and it was kiss and chirrup and kiss again.
Another what seemed to be a painfully long pause, and then chirrup!
I will look over at you, and chirrup now and then to you, my dearest, when I am not engaged in piloting extraordinary.'
It is to be hoped so, sir; the blackbirds are giving a chirrup or two.
They chirrup just like sparrows,” reflected Bobbie, “can they sing?
There was no news from Joe Douglas these many weeks past, not a line, not a chirrup from him.
Once more I was sure I heard it passing me, but at the same time the chirrup fell on my ear, and that certainly came from without.
Everything was still, except the evening chirrup of the birds.