Origin of talon
OTHER WORDS FROM talontaloned, adjectiveun·tal·oned, adjective
Words nearby talon
How to use talon in a sentence
The Black Talon is a jacketed hollow-point bullet with perforations designed to expand following impact with soft tissue.
Whom should we blame for the Black Talon ammunition that ripped through her?
With his talon-like hands he began clawing at the sick man, who was twisting and tossing on his couch, as though with convulsions.The Boy Chums in the Florida Jungle|Wilmer M. Ely
No sooner had Don Luis entered the hall than a hand, or rather a talon, seized him by the right arm.Pepita Ximenez|Juan Valera
I told them that if we only gave you a chance you would be a perfect talon rouge.The American|Henry James
All night he labored, beak and talon, until the nest was ready.The Curious Book of Birds|Abbie Farwell Brown
As epigrams well enough, Mr. Talon; but perhaps the simple truth is, that I do not love her ladyship.The Harlequinade|Dion Clayton Calthrop