Definition of 'early bird'
Example sentences containing 'early bird'
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There is a good reason for this: the early bird gets the worm. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Yes, but do respect the fact that the early birds have arrived especially to get a good spot. Times, Sunday Times (2006)THE early bird gets the worm - or in this case a full fortnight. The Sun (2016)I've always been an early bird. Times, Sunday Times (2010)You can book Eurostar tickets up to six months in advance, and early birds will get the best deals. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Definition of early bird from the Collins English Dictionary
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