Examples of beak in a Sentence
the beak of a hawk
an actor with a big beak
Recent Examples of beak from the Web
And risking prison by returning to Pakistan would bolster his claim to be a selfless defender of democracy from military meddling, rather than a self-serving politician caught with his beak in the till.
After a quick scan of the activity below, the owl bent and grabbed the vole with its beak.
Then Lime’s competitor, Bird, showed up in June, essentially thumbing its beak to months of negotiations between Lime and Indianapolis.
Since April the group has taken in 50 of the pelicans noted for their large, pointy beaks.
Open through July 15, Feathers: Fashion and the Fight for Wildlife showcases a collection of garments and accessories made with the feathers, beaks, and in some cases, the full bodies of dead birds.
No single ailment is cited, but allegedly, the dye is affiliated with beak and liver tumors, weak eggshells, and kidney and liver complications.
The second coin will have a side showing Mr. Trump flanked by Mr. Kim and President Moon Jae-in of South Korea in front of their nations’ flags with a dove holding an olive branch in its beak.
Be sure to leave enough room for the beak and feet before placing the ovals that form the head and body of the duck.
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BEAK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of beak for English Language Learners
: the hard usually pointed parts that cover a bird's mouth
: a person's nose
BEAK Defined for Kids
Definition of beak for Students
- an eagle's beak
- a long-beaked bird
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