Sabine's gull

noun \-nz-\

Definition of Sabine's gull

  1. :  a small gull (Xema sabini) breeding in arctic regions that has a dark gray head, black collar, white wing tips, and a slightly forked tail

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Origin and Etymology of sabine's gull

after Sir Edward Sabine †1883 British physicist and explorer

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a trip made at another's expense

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