When her nurse is describing Romeo's rival to Juliet, she says, “An eagle, madam, Hath not so green, so quick, so fair an eye.”
“The regime is like an eagle, and every time you do a mission, you cut off one of its wings,” he said.
When my little brother earned his eagle 13 years later, I traveled halfway round the world to attend his court of honor.
I suppose "eagle Eye" will be a winner, but it wasn't cheap either.
Two of the largest reserves are the Bakken and eagle Ford oilfields located in North Dakota and Texas, respectively.
The falcon, as well as the eagle, was a "fire-bringer or lightning-bird."
It would be a small gain to them to fly like birds,—to see like the eagle itself.
A great many people have never heard the scream of an eagle.
"My share, my share, give me my share," the eagle screamed at him.
eagle was French, and professed to be a refugee, a person of interest to foreign monarchs.
mid-14c., from Old French egle, from Old Provençal aigla, from Latin aquila "black eagle," fem. of aquilus, often explained as "dark colored" (bird); see aquiline. The native term was erne. Golf score sense is first recorded by 1908 (according to old golf sources, because it "soars higher" than a birdie). The figurative eagle-eyed is attested from c.1600.
A US one-dollar bill
[fr the eagle pictured on the back]