Gull in a sentence

Definition of Gull

To deceive or cheat. | (US, slang) To mislead. | (US, slang) To trick and defraud.

How to use Gull in a Sentence?

  • It fraternized with a number of pigeons which were fed in the yard where the gull was kept.
  • Whereupon the gull dives downward and catches it in mid-air before it has fallen a dozen yards.
  • It was a gang of gulls flying round and mobbing a hapless wounded gull on the beach.
  • The great black-backed gull said no more, but wheeled on as if nothing had happened.
  • Not even a gull is on the wing, and the wavelets have forgotten to break on the shingly beach.
  • A gull and a few terns appeared to-day; these are the first of our summer visitors.
  • He was in pursuit of a common gull who, with more luck than judgment, had caught a fish.
  • Both boat and ship had vanished under the waves, leaving no trace behind but a gull on the wing.
  • A white gull circled near them, and the whirring of its wings made Polly open her eyes.
  • Ben wondered as the gull vanished, why he should think of the man Daniel Shawn.
  • They were now so high that a large ship beneath them looked like a white sea gull skimming the waves.
  • He immediately decided that if the sequel should prove him to be a simpleton and gull he would at any rate be a silent simpleton and gull.
  • An invisible gull or two wheeled and cried above us, but otherwise there was an almost too perfect stillness.
  • His gull was quite an epicure in its way, and fancied sparrows' flesh for dinner.
  • Had he chanced upon a means of escape prepared beforehand by those very miscreants, whose messenger and gull he had become?
  • Overhead the gulls glide and a robber gull chases a jackdaw, who carries a lump of bread or fat in his beak.

Short Example Sentence for Gull

  • She swooped like a gull across the ice.
  • I gave up the gull as a symbol long ago.
  • It might have been a gull with hawk-like form.
  • I was the common gull of the thing called convention.
  • A gull cut through the blueness, winging it in festoons.
  • It shall be my care to gull you: you shall stay.
  • This island was not so large as the other Gull Island.
  • Why should a Crane care what a Gull says?
  • He thought he could gull old Jake Vandemark!
  • They pulled steadily, and Gull Rock was readied at last.
  • And this is how the gull made use of its friends the pigeons.
  • Seaward a white gull had caught the first rays of the sun beyond the cliffs.
  • A gull flew down almost to my hand, and the sunlight thundered in my ears.
  • What a melancholy noise the gull makes, crying sometimes exactly like a child.
  • Another Ross's gull flew by here yesterday.
  • Not a ship was to be seen, not a gull swept across the hazy noon-time skies.
  • Here, with his gull at his side and a pistol in his hand, he fell fast asleep.
  • It's easy to gull you, for you can't see any further than a child of five.
  • Its plumage is similar to that of the Bonaparte Gull but the bill is red.
  • Then a White Gull flashed like an apparition before your sight.
  • I don't want to go to Gull Point.
  • Plumage exactly like that of Kumlien Gull and questionably a new species.
  • It was an ivory gull (Larus eberneus), which went flying over the tent.
  • If we can land under the lee of Gull Island, we may be able to do something.