noun (used with a singular or plural verb)Chiefly British Informal.
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Origin of Wrens
Words nearby Wrens
Example sentences from the Web for Wrens
The wrens and the nuthatches and chickadees succeed to these abandoned cavities, and often have amusing disputes over them.
The nuthatches frequently pass the night in them, and the wrens and chickadees nest in them.
Doves, wrens, and robins are birds of good omen, and the many superstitions regarding them are all associated with good luck.Animal Ghosts|Elliott O'Donnell
More devoted homebodies than these little wrens are not among the feathered tribe.
Evidently the wrens, as a family, are not far removed in the evolutionary scale from true water-birds.