or sea bird
Origin of seabird
Also called seafowl.
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Examples from the Web for seabird
I have been driven about from place to place, like a seabird in a storm.Viking Tales
"I'm going to ship him on the Seabird," continued the captain.At Sunwich Port, Complete
The wind was full on the Seabird's beam as she entered the broken water.
Grantham, who had often spent a day on board the Seabird, said.
Still, it's just as you likes; the Seabird won't mind it if we don't.