Any of various small, olive-gray North American flycatchers of the genus Contopus, especially a wood pewee.(noun)
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Use "pewee" in a sentence
"The pewee is the first bird to pipe up in the morning; and, during the early summer he preludes his matutinal ejaculation of"
"Since Sept. 5, the pewee, which is native to Cuba and the Bahamas, has been seen repeatedly for several days."
"We had a pewee along the creek behind our house for most of this past summer, and its entertaining song is highly recognizable to me now."