A gull-like bird (Fulmarus glacialis) of Arctic regions, having smoky gray plumage.(noun)
Any of several similar or related birds.(noun)
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Use "fulmar" in a sentence
"To the distinguished ornithologist and broadcaster James Fisher, the fulmar was the nearest thing we had to an albatross in the North Atlantic."
"Lagged effects of ocean climate change on fulmar population dynamics."
"In addition, the Antarctic fulmar breeds on nearby islands and is regularly observed."