English version

songster

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Music, Birds
songstersong‧ster /ˈsɒŋstə $ ˈsɒːŋstər/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 1 APMa singer – used in newspapers2 HBB literary a songbird
Examples from the Corpus
songsterA songster can switch his ornament off when danger threatens.And are some Humpbacks considered better songsters than others?Reed and sedge warblers were the dominant songsters.Nineteen-year-old songster Sebastian made his amazing gaffe as Di visited a centre for homeless youngsters.Management policy on the reserve includes a regular coppicing-with-standards rotation, providing the songsters with the habitat they seek.And listening to songsters in a month when song is at its peak.Now the exuberance of the varied songsters is almost deafening.
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