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Definition of "beaks" []

  • The projecting jaws of a bird, covered with a horny sheath; bill (noun)
  • Any beaklike mouthpart in other animals, such as turtles (noun)
  • A person's nose, esp one that is large, pointed, or hooked (noun)
  • Any projecting part, such as the pouring lip of a bucket (noun)
  • The upper surface of a cornice, which slopes out to throw off water (noun)
  • The part of a still or retort through which vapour passes to the condenser (noun)
  • Plural form of beak. (noun)

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  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of beak. (verb)

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Use "beaks" in a sentence
  • "Immediately he gave orders to some sea gulls to bring water in their beaks from a near-by island."
  • "Many of the jays carried acorns in their beaks, which is also in line with the guide books."
  • "The snap of their beaks was the only sharp noise in the hum of hot summers."
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