- n. 模仿鸟；嘲鸫属鸣禽；蓝嘲鸫（等于mocking thrush）
- mockingbird (n.)
- also mocking-bird, 1670s, from mocking (adj.), 1520s, from present participle of mock (v.) + bird (n.1). Earlier form was mock-bird (1640s).
- 1. Before I'd finished reading it, she snitched my copy of To Kill a Mockingbird.
- 2. And if that mockingbird don't sing and that ring don't shine.
- 3. Mama's going to buy you a mockingbird.
- 4. Mama's gonna buy you a mockingbird.
- 5. He counseled ethnic tolerance of Jews in Gentleman's Agreement and blacks in Mockingbird.
[ mockingbird 造句 ]