sea bird


  1. a bird such as a gull, that lives on the sea

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Example Sentences

Over the meadows that blossom and witherRings but the note of sea-bird's song; Only the sun and the rain come hitherAll year long.

This creature, called the Devil by the inhabitants, on account of its deformity, is both a night and sea bird.

But he watched the coming sea bird quite as interestedly as did the two children.

Surely the Alaskan pilot must have the eye and the instinct of a sea bird or he could never find a port in that labyrinth.

Look at those coasting vessels and native boats; both are built in the likeness of the sea bird "sat," a kind of kingfisher.


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