a person who constantly warns that a calamity is imminent; a vociferous pessimist: The Chicken Littles are warning that the stock market will collapse.
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How to use Chicken Little in a sentence
When Chicken Little said the sky was falling, folks at least looked upward.‘Grim Reaper’ Mitch McConnell Is Coming to Kill the Economy | Margaret Carlson | September 30, 2021 | The Daily Beast
“They are reinforcing the Chicken Little response from the U.S. military,” he said.Bradley Manning Awaits Army’s Decision on Whether to Court-Martial Him | Denver Nicks | December 22, 2011 | THE DAILY BEAST
Rand is not Chicken Little and does not cry “the sky is falling,” unless it is.
Kevin "Chicken Little" Covais, Season 5: The song that I chose was "If I Ever Fall in Love Again" by Shai.
“The Party of Reagan became the Party of Chicken Little,” he says to thunderous applause.
Indeed, for many late boomers and X and Y-ers, recent American history has been a series of Chicken Little false alarms.
Remember to keep your dress clean, Chicken Little, you have to wear it again tomorrow afternoon.
Chicken Little shoved both doll and doll clothes unceremoniously into the fence corner and was after Katy in a flash.
Chicken Little promptly mounted the top of their fence by the aid of a convenient wood pile.
Chicken Little was seated on the end of the kitchen table swinging her legs and watching Alice make pies.
The result of this conference sent Chicken Little scurrying in to her mother.