The smallest sort is the beaked whale, which is about 25 feet long.
The weapon in question is the Beaked or Hooked boomerang (F).
In chemistry, a beaked cup or glass, more or less of the tumbler-pattern, used to collect precipitates and to heat liquids in.
Their weapons are gas and speed, and the rams on their beaked ships.
His nose was beaked, his dark eye had the shining quickness of a robin's.
These Beaked Dinosaurs were, so far as we can tell, all vegetarians.
I saw the lion's beaked claws fastened in my leather wrist-band.
It is beaked, thrown into few or several ridges, with the slits or holes for breathing principally on the right side.
He stole a thievish look over his shoulder at the glass, and cautiously drew finger and thumb down that beaked nose.
Pallas is about the best of the several honey-flavored, beaked peaches that have fruited on the Station grounds.