Examples of beak in a Sentence
the beak of a hawk
an actor with a big beak
Recent Examples of beak from the Web
Then, instead of flying away, the birds hung around to stick their beaks into office business.
Vaidl says the puppet doesn't have to be a perfect imitation of an adult bird because the baby responds to certain signals, such as a red beak, black patches around the eyes and a bright green background.
Holding the bag at a slight angle, pipe out a 2-inch-long base, then reverse direction and pipe more batter about halfway back and reverse direction again to pipe the head and beak.
According to owner of the pond Lou Ann, the cardinal bird brought seeds and insects in his beak to feed the hungry fish.
They can be identified by their small beaks, crisp black and white stripes on the head, black chin patch, darker gray back and lighter gray chest.
The bird is touching its beak to her eyebrow and sitting on her finger.
Here’s another: Stationed near the bronze vulva is the skull of a bird with an enormous, phallic beak.
Close your eyes and imagine the cartoon face of France: puffy eyelids; imperious beak; thin, supercilious lips; toque rising above like a Doric column.
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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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