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Eat Like A Bird


Eat Like A Bird - to eat a small amount; to hardly eat anything

  • My little sister eats like a bird all the time.
  • Grandma eats like a bird. She does not like the food we cook.
  • Why are you eating like a bird?
  • My son is sick. He was eating like a bird at dinner tonight.
  • My brother eats so much, and my sister eats like a bird.
  • The girls do not like the food, so they eat like birds.

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