Recent Examples of seagull from the Web
Swarms of seagulls spent the last few days eating the eggs, perhaps to the dismay of a lonely male ragfish still swimming around Letnikof Cove.
The day of the McCutchen trade, Pence tweeted him a message, accompanied by a video of the ex-Pirate running alongside two China Basin seagulls: Eager to chase birds with you in the outfield.
Might seagulls land on the Kimmel roof in future performances?
The family drew cupcakes, ice creams cones, lighthouses and seagulls -- all things Grace loved -- on her tiny white casket.
Fish dropped by seagulls onto power stations have been known to plunge Dakar, the capital of Senegal, into darkness.
There is no ceiling, just the blue sky over Mission Bay and seagulls that make their way from the Chase Center construction site to the nearby water.
This one might be tougher to solve than the goose and seagull problem.
Jamie Torcellini, a regular presence at Moonlight and San Diego Musical Theatre, plays the dim-witted seagull Scuttle.
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Definition of seagull for English Language Learners
: a large, common, usually gray and white bird that lives near the ocean
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