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pine finch

noun
Origin of pine finch
1800-1810
1800-10, Americanism
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  • Could it be possible that Mr. pine finch was so careful that he lost a bud only once in a long time—perhaps only once a year?

    The Tale of Dickie Deer Mouse Arthur Scott Bailey
  • And then all at once he discovered what Mr. pine finch was doing.

    The Tale of Dickie Deer Mouse Arthur Scott Bailey
  • At last the breakfast parties beneath Mr. pine finch's favorite tree came to an end.

    The Tale of Dickie Deer Mouse Arthur Scott Bailey
  • And afterward he often wondered what would have happened to him if he119 hadn't met Mr. pine finch early one morning.

    The Tale of Dickie Deer Mouse Arthur Scott Bailey
  • At first Dickie couldn't quite see what Mr. pine finch was about.

    The Tale of Dickie Deer Mouse Arthur Scott Bailey
  • And he couldn't help thinking that Mr. pine finch was even odder than he sounded.

    The Tale of Dickie Deer Mouse Arthur Scott Bailey
  • Mr. pine finch fluttered to a perch on a limb and looked down in great surprise.

    The Tale of Dickie Deer Mouse Arthur Scott Bailey
  • Mr. pine finch exclaimed, gazing down at Dickie as if he were greatly surprised to see him lingering beneath the tree.

    The Tale of Dickie Deer Mouse Arthur Scott Bailey
  • And the next morning, when he went back to the tree where he had found Mr. pine finch, his eighteen cousins followed him.

    The Tale of Dickie Deer Mouse Arthur Scott Bailey
  • Anyhow, Mr. pine finch did not fail to appear at that tree a single morning during the rest of the winter.

    The Tale of Dickie Deer Mouse Arthur Scott Bailey

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