Jailbird [noun]

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Sentence/Example of Jailbird:

There may have been some old jailbird called a King in the time of our grandmothers; but he belongs to history if not to fable.

Second, and a heap more important, because the jailbird had threatened Miss Beulah.

It is not mysterious, it is not even odd, that a jailbird should take his gun to Pilgrim's Pond.

He had forgotten all about it in the excitement of being a jailbird, and I went and reminded him.

The old man--hes the one we saw with those two suspicious jailbird-looking fellows down the line yesterday.

The former teacher and jailbird wore the same dictatorial look as of yore.

Then, after the jailbird had flown, he said that he would not send word at all.

Poor devil, hes got all the marks of the jailbird about him.

The fellers say that hes been a jailbird, an they dont want him in the house.

Neither had he become a jailbird in seeking to serve his own ends.