noun, plural shel·drakes, (especially collectively) shel·drake.
Origin of sheldrake
Examples from the Web for sheldrake
It isn't reasonable of Sheldrake to expect me to do this; upon my soul it isn't!
The most common birds up these tidal rivers are the sheldrake.Cornwall|G. E. Mitton
Am I not a good girl, Alf, for behaving so well to Mr. Sheldrake?
"But Mr. Sheldrake knew," remarked Lizzie, with a sharp glance in the direction of that gentleman.
The only persons who ever entered it were Mr. Musgrave and Mr. Sheldrake.