Definition of seagull in English:

seagull

Syllabification: sea·gull
Pronunciation: /ˈsēˌgəl
 
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noun

  • A popular name for a gull.
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    • The cast includes rabbits, pigs, cows, cats, scorpions, seagulls, snails, penguins and bats.
    • Certainly, the outdoor nature of the shoot offers up some unwanted ambiance (overly loud seagulls, microphone-flaunting winds), but this is not the reason for any aural concern.
    • A dry northern wind at Christmas brings clouds of seagulls to Cambridge, landing them at 10 A.M. upon Harvard's stadium.

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