Many and many a time, when a child, have I been deceived by the cunning of the chipping squirrel.
"Stories about Animals: with Pictures to Match" by Francis C. Woodworth
Never had she known what love was until the day when the squirrels chipped over their heads.
"The Song of Songs" by Hermann Sudermann
We saw several piles of chips and a few apple seeds scattered on the wall fence, which the squirrels had chosen for a festal hall.
"Rambles with John Burroughs" by Robert John De Loach
"'Chip!' went squirrel on the wall,
After me I heard him call,
And the cat-bird on the tree
Tried his best to mimic me.
"The Truce of Piscataqua" by John Greenleaf Whittier
Shintaro Okamoto, an artist with Okamoto Studio chips away on his ice sculpture of Belvedere the Squirrel during the Ice Festival at Tavern on the Green Visitors Center.
Will Squirrel-Flavored Chips Be the Next Hipster Bar Snack.