Examples of turkey in a Sentence
He was acting like a complete turkey.
only a turkey would think it's a good idea to go for a jog when the weather drops below zero
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Pam Standfield The turkey crashed into the windshield of their maroon Chevrolet van, shattering the glass.
After 32 years of restoration, the conservatory has restored healthy populations of wild turkey, bobwhite quail, Bachman’s sparrow, Florida pine snake and the gopher tortoise, as well as the elusive Florida firefly.
Mint juleps feature Litchfield Distillery bourbon, and the menu includes country ham and biscuits and a Hot Brown turkey burger.
Class members are now fans of turkey versus red meat.
The Maybach pulled up, scattering a rafter of wild turkeys.
The gym smelled of turkey, fry bread, spaghetti and meatballs.
Some of the stores might still have the turkey on their shelves.
Consider a homemade mac and cheese with whole-wheat pasta and veggies or turkey burger patties with sautéed vegetables.
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Definition of Turkey
TURKEY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of turkey for English Language Learners
: a large American bird that is related to the chicken and that is hunted or raised by people for its meat
: the meat of the turkey used as food
: something (such as a play or movie) that has failed
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