Definition of "eagles" []

  • Any of various birds of prey of the genera Aquila, Harpia, etc, having large broad wings and strong soaring flight: family Accipitridae (hawks, etc) (noun)
  • A representation of an eagle used as an emblem, etc, esp representing power (noun)
  • A standard, seal, etc, bearing the figure of an eagle (noun)
  • A score of two strokes under par for a hole (noun)
  • A former US gold coin worth ten dollars: withdrawn from circulation in 1934 (noun)
  • The shoulder insignia worn by a US full colonel or equivalent rank (noun)
  • To score two strokes under par for a hole (verb)
  • Plural form of eagle. (noun) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of eagle. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "eagles" in a sentence
  • "He ranks third on the PGA Tour with a driving average at 302.2, helping him lead the PGA Tour in eagles and rank second in birdie percentage, but, surprisingly, he could not take advantage of the par-5 holes on the Stadium Course."
  • "We knew the double eagles from the Baltimore Collection were special when Heritage added them to this auction."
  • "I have a special interest in eagles and owls (called the Night Eagle)."