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Sentence count:44Posted:2017-03-02Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: peaked capbeaknakedtake downbaked potatoweakenspeakerbreakerMeaning: [biːkt]  adj. having or resembling a beak. 
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(1) The bird is recognizable by its flattened beak.
(2) The sparrow has a worm in its beak.
(3) Birds have horny beaks.
(4) The male bird has a red spot on its beak.
(5) The bird had a worm in its beak.
(6) The male is distinguished by its red beak.
(7) The male is generally larger with a shorter beak.
(8) The male's orange beak differentiates it from the female.
(9) Birds use their beaks to pick up food.
(10) The bird picked a hole in the ice with its beak.
(11) The bird ripped at its rival's throat with its beak.
(12) I could just see the bird's open beak and small beady eyes.
(13) The male bird is distinguished from the female by its red beak.
(14) The water spewed brokenly from its beak.
(15) HOUSE-MARTINS Mud in their beaks, the house-martins are happy ... That's anthropomorphism.
(16) A gray gull carries some sea creature high up over the beach, drops it from its beak.
(17) Prey is immediately carried to the mouth and killed with a bite from the bird-like beak, tucked away among the tentacles.
(18) However, some species, such as the beaked whales and the river dolphins, can be almost solitary.
(19) The Union filed a grievances and then, after the first step, let it drop, indifferently, from its beak.
(20) A sizable saithe dangling from its beak indicates another meal for its young up on the hill loch beyond the village.
(21) One surfaces nearby with several small fishes dangling from its beak.
(22) The bird beaked at the leaf.
(23) North Atlantic beaked whale with a bulbous forehead.
(24) Other toothed whales are bottlenose, the beaked whale, and the white whale.
(25) Existing beaked whale populations are found in nearly every ocean.
(26) Never fear a hard - beaked bird, but beware of a heart - eating worm .
(27) The Peruvian beaked whale (Mesoplodon peruvians) was unknown to science until 1976 and not formally described until 1990.
(28) A microphone attached to the bottom of the glider can pick up calls from all whales, including the high frequency call of the beaked whale, which until now has been difficult to detect.
(29) The 17 sea mammals on gruesome display included porpoises, white dolphins, common dolphins, aa pilot whale, a beaked whale and a pilot whale.
(30) Most of the other fossils come from rhynchosaurs ( parrot - beaked reptiles ).
More similar words: peaked capbeaknakedtake downbaked potatoweakenspeakerbreakertake delight inmake a mistakecockedlinkedwickedpackedwreckedblockedshockedcrookedmarkedlyhigh-neckedfeel like doingleakpeakweaksteakbleakfreakspeakwreaksneak
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