Third-person singular simple present indicative form of fowl.(verb)
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Use "fowls" in a sentence
"We see this in the wonderful protuberance of the skull, which supports the crest of feathers in Polish fowls, and which by correlation has affected other parts of the skull."
"With most of these birds head ornaments of all kinds are more fully developed in the male than in the female; but in Polish fowls the crest or top-knot, which in the male replaces the comb, is equally developed in both sexes."
"It is well known (Nathusius himself advancing many cases, s. 104) that there is a strong tendency in many domestic animals -- in bull - and pug-dogs, in the niata cattle, in sheep, in Polish fowls, short-faced tumbler pigeons, and in one variety of the carp -- for the bones of the face to become greatly shortened."