noun, plural sea·fowls, (especially collectively) sea·fowl.
Origin of seafowl
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Historical Examples of seafowl
Well, it has left off bleeding, but the doctor must see to it when we get back to the Seafowl.
“That means the Seafowl firing at the lugger to heave to, sir,” said Murray.
I was only thinking, sir, that we ought to send a messenger to the Seafowl.
It was a mere sand-bank, which supplied them only with water and seafowl.Fighting the Whales
Of every species on the island, of land or seafowl, he had found a specimen.The Bondman