Pelicans in a sentence

Definition of Pelicans

plural of pelican

How to use Pelicans in a Sentence?

  • The pelicans go farther out to sea, but return at sundown to the courada-trees.
  • The pelicans may be caught bodily from a boat, so clumsy are they in the water, without the expenditure of powder and shot.
  • And from afar, following one another slowly and solemnly in even, single-file procession, long lines of monstrous pelicans filled the sky.
  • The reedy marshes, the haunts of pelicans and pigs, are left behind at Aimarah, and tamarisk scrub and liquorice appear on the banks.
  • It still continued its important appearance, having gained in breadth and in the height of its banks, while there were hundreds of pelicans and wild-fowl on it.
  • Flocks of storks and pelicans and other birds cover it at certain times of the year to fish in the shallow salt waters, for this is a salt lake, a sort of overflow from the sea.
  • Brown Pelicans are about 50 inches in length; they have a blackish and grayish body and a white head and neck with a brown stripe down the back of the latter.

Short Example Sentence for Pelicans

  • Flocks of white pelicans are sometimes seen.