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  • It was his rule through life, he said, never to fight people with beaks. Cited from The Magic Pudding, Norman Lindsay
  • After that they brought most of the earth out in their beaks. Cited from Secret of the Woods, by William J. Long
  • Well, to-day the beaks are out trying to find them other ones. Cited from Jim Davis, by John Masefield
  • And they were carrying the materials for their new home in their beaks. Cited from Seven O'Clock Stories, by Robert Gordon Anderson
  • I have heard there are some of that sort that can go through any place where they can pass their beaks. Cited from The Cliff Climbers, by Captain Mayne Reid
  • After that we were obliged to bring the earth out in our beaks. Cited from Stories of Birds, by Lenore Elizabeth Mulets
  • Their eyes are light grey-brown, and the beak black, blue-grey at its base.
  • However, many species in this genus do not have a long beak-like column.
  • It looks a very old head indeed, with deep-set blue eyes and beaked nose. Cited from Canyons of the Colorado, by J. W. Powell
  • The female is similar, but has an all black beak and less green on the face than the male.
  • The black birds with red beaks and red legs looked at her. Cited from Mary Olivier: A Life, by May Sinclair
  • The two fought with each other in the sky with their beaks. Cited from The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 1
  • Most of these birds have very large beaks in proportion to their bodies.
  • Around this time the remarkable beak-shaped keep of the castle was built.
  • They sometimes choose to hold it in their beaks instead, and hold it in their feet when flying.
  • Until dawn comes we cannot speak, No words can come from this sad beak.
  • The beak, legs and feet are black and the eyes dark brown.
  • On islands where the two species compete directly, the differences between their beaks are greater.
  • They have brown or black eyes and a dark grey beak.
  • These birds are typically pale yellow with an orange face and a red beak.
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Meaning of beak

  • noun Beaklike mouth of animals other than birds (e.g., turtles)
  • noun Horny projecting mouth of a bird
  • noun A beaklike, tapering tip on certain plant structures
  • noun Informal terms for the nose