“Think of yourself as an early bird when it comes to caffeine consumption,” says Zied.
"I'm always an early bird, so I don't mind," and Dan slung on his jacket with despatch.
"The early bird got the worm this time, I'm sure," said Mrs. Jo, merrily.
Both artists dined heartily and early bird was not forgotten when the artists returned to their drawings.
First come first served, and the early bird laps up the cream.
The gates were padlocked together, and the blinds were drawn in the lodge; evidently the keeper was not an early bird.
Grodman was not an early bird, now that he had no worms to catch.
Didn't you tell him I was the early bird gone out to catch the worm?
Perhaps you have heard that the early bird catches the worm.
There are few small things more exasperating than this early bird with the worm of his conceit in his bill.
: an early-bird session/ early-bird radio program