a person who sings; a singer.
a writer of songs or poems; a poet.
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How to use songster in a sentence
Echoes from the songster showed the researchers that its sound waves had passed through layers of sediment and underlying rock.Fin whales could help scientists map what lies below the seafloor | Carolyn Gramling | March 17, 2021 | Science News For Students
The large-billed water-thrush is much the superior songster, but the present species has a very bright and cheerful strain.A Year in the Fields | John Burroughs
It was charming to hear the sweet and plaintive notes of this pretty songster of the wilds.Wanderings in South America | Charles Waterton
Could there be a more tragic ending to the glorious note of the gay songster of the north?Bird Neighbors | Neltje Blanchan
A jolly summer songster, dwelling with us from the latter part of May until September.Bird Guide: Land Birds East of the Rockies | Chester A. (Chester Albert) Reed
Why, you know, the first bird seen by the Pilgrims when they came to this land was a bluebirdour earliest songster.Blue Robin, the Girl Pioneer | Rena I. Halsey
British Dictionary definitions for songster
a singer or poet
a singing bird; songbird
- songstress, fem n
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