How to use seagull in a sentence
The hope was that any small pieces left over would disappear via seagull and other scavengers, Linnman explained.Why the Forest Service has a manual for blowing up horse carcasses | David Roza/Task & Purpose | August 4, 2022 | Popular-Science
Then, the hypnotherapist will conjure that imagery—focusing, for example, on the salt spray of the ocean, seagulls calling overhead, and sun-kissed skin—to help the person go deeper into the calming visualization.
The noise of the water was pierced by seagulls and the occasional car as I walked along the dam.The Soviets turned the Volga River into a machine. Then the machine broke. | Olga Dobrovidova | December 15, 2021 | MIT Technology Review
I still would never put another morsel of seagull anywhere near my mouth again.Tales of a Jailhouse Gourmet: How I learned to Cook in Prison | Daniel Genis | June 21, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
When he first started, he tried to sell plates of seagull as ‘set-ups’, but no one would touch it.Tales of a Jailhouse Gourmet: How I learned to Cook in Prison | Daniel Genis | June 21, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
She recalled the line in The seagull that resonated deeply with her.
It doesn't matter if tastes like a dead seagull spewing maggots, it will cost more.
His stage credits include Richard II, Hamlet, King Lear, Hedda Gabler, Crime and Punishment, The seagull, and Terre Haute.
Lower and lower the circling seagull dropped, then landed gracefully and easily.The Phantom Town Mystery | Carol Norton
Nearly a dozen shots were fired without a single seagull being hit.Fred Fearnot's New Ranch | Hal Standish
Ah, a Macphail always feels like a seagull with a broken wing in the South.The Cabinet Minister | Arthur Pinero
Its situation is quite solitary, and, save for the cry of the seagull, there reigns about it an unbroken silence.Some Private Views | James Payn
Away went the ships, with their white canvas spread like the wings of a seagull.The Life of a Celebrated Buccaneer | Richard Clynton
British Dictionary definitions for seagull
a popular name for gull 1
NZ a casual wharf labourer who is not a trade-union member
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