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noun (sometimes lowercase)Chiefly British Informal.
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“The market is still pretty convinced we’re going to see good news on both fronts, it’s just not sure when,” Wren said.
As an example, on the street yesterday I found a Winter Wren.
It is part of the clock-tower wing of the royal residence, designed by Sir Christopher Wren in the 17th century.
Their son, Wren, was born on March 9, 2010, shortly after noon.
With every breath, Wren made a cooing noise, but Jones looked online and saw that lots of newborns make funny sounds.
Mrs. Wren glanced at the small person whose breakfast she had interrupted.The Tale of Grandfather Mole|Arthur Scott Bailey
The Wren Building, named in his honor, was constructed by 1698 and it is the oldest academic structure still in existence.
The original design of Wren had to be altered slightly because of the terrain of the country-side.
The wren, to seek for which used to be the sport dedicated to the holytide, was left unpursued and unslain.Peveril of the Peak|Sir Walter Scott
And the song and story which that thoughtful priest put into the ritual, was the story of the wren.Prairie Smoke (Second Edition, Revised)|Melvin Randolph Gilmore