Suddenly, a soft chirping reached her ears, and looking up, she caught sight of a redbreast perching on the little garden gate.
But the Blue-Bird does not equal the redbreast as a songster.
Next came the redbreast, whose decks were soon as crowded as the Snaefell's had been.
Imbrie asked with intolerable insolence: “Will you be my servant, redbreast?”
Next day he asked the redbreast whether he knew the way to the golden chest.
The next day he asked the redbreast if he knew the way to the golden chest.
Broadly speaking, the redbreast has the best time of it in northern lands.
The redbreast was not afraid of Johannes; it flew on to his arm.
She had on a cosy jacket, a fur turban of some sort with a redbreast in it, and her cheeks were flushed from exertion.
Neither the thistles nor the redbreast supply her with any answer.