or sea gull
- a gull, especially any of the marine species.
Origin of seagull
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Examples from the Web for seagull
When he first started, he tried to sell plates of seagull as ‘set-ups’, but no one would touch it.
I still would never put another morsel of seagull anywhere near my mouth again.
She recalled the line in The Seagull that resonated deeply with her.Carey Mulligan's Naked Turn in 'Shame'
November 30, 2011
His stage credits include Richard II, Hamlet, King Lear, Hedda Gabler, Crime and Punishment, The Seagull, and Terre Haute.Earthy Beauty
March 19, 2009
I chose Natasha because of her ephemeral delicacy and intelligent beauty in her debut stage role as Nina in The Seagull.Writers and Actors Recall Her Life
March 19, 2009
The Seagull lies at anchor in the bay ready to sail at a moment's notice.Nell, of Shorne Mills
We will not however trace his future steps in regard to the Seagull.
As we have said, a large portion of the cargo of the Seagull had already been recovered.
Still Baldwin shook his head, remarking that the Seagull was full 900 tons.
Something of her own strong vigilance was in the look, bringing the seagull to his mind.Adrienne Toner
Anne Douglas Sedgwick
- a popular name for gull 1
- NZ a casual wharf labourer who is not a trade-union member
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Word Origin and History for seagull
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