Beaked In A Sentence

Definition of Beaked

(often in combination) Having a beak. | simple past tense and past participle of beak

How To Use Beaked In A Sentence?

  • But the attitude, together with his beaked nose, made him look like a particularly vicious parrot.
  • He was brought closer, until the hideous central mass, with its cruel beaked jaw and ink sac hanging behind, was no more than a foot away.
  • The men were lean and weather-bitten, some with negroid lips, others with beaked noses and gaunt cheek-bones, all muscular and fierce-looking.
  • The beaky-fish are called beaked Dolphins, and the other fish with the queer heads are called Hammer-headed Sharks.
  • His face was tanned to the color of an old saddle, his nose beaked like a hawk, and his mouth was a mere lipless cut which might have been made by a knife.

Short & Simple Example Sentence For Beaked | Beaked Sentence

  • Stenorhynchan: narrow beaked or snouted.
  • Their weapons are gas and speed, and the rams on their beaked ships.
  • I saw the lion's beaked claws fastened in my leather wrist-band.

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