beak[ beek ]SEE DEFINITION OF beak
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BEAK
I am lean and bony and I've got a beak where I should have a nose.
All I do know was, that I was brought before a beak and charged with stealing.
He brought them alive in his beak, and gave them to his companion.
And the beak giv' 'em six weeks—coss the ship warn't overloaded.
I can see her figure-head distinctly—a bird with a beak as big as its head.'
There is often a very audible snap of the beak as they arrest their prey.
The feet are not feathered, and the legs and beak are shorter.
My master's a law-cove, and he'll 'ave y' up before the beak.
All the rest of the body is black; while the beak is of the colour of sulphur.
And as he sought for it he saw a raven with a leaf in her beak.