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synonyms for seagull

  • circle
  • climb
  • cross
  • drift
  • float
  • flutter
  • glide
  • operate
  • pilot
  • reach
  • rush
  • sail
  • shoot
  • speed
  • swoop
  • take off
  • travel
  • aviate
  • barnstorm
  • buzz
  • circumnavigate
  • control
  • dart
  • dash
  • dive
  • flat-hat
  • fleet
  • flit
  • hop
  • hover
  • hurry
  • jet
  • maneuver
  • mount
  • scud
  • skim
  • skirt
  • soar
  • whisk
  • whiz
  • whoosh
  • wing
  • zip
  • zoom
  • bend the throttle
  • jet out
  • jet over
  • remain aloft
  • sky out
  • take a hop
  • take flight
  • take wing
  • wing in
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antonyms for seagull

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  • remain
  • stay
  • rest
  • land
  • walk
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How to use seagull in a sentence

Lower and lower the circling Seagull dropped, then landed gracefully and easily.
THE PHANTOM TOWN MYSTERYCAROL NORTON
Nearly a dozen shots were fired without a single seagull being hit.
FRED FEARNOT'S NEW RANCHHAL STANDISH
Ah, a Macphail always feels like a seagull with a broken wing in the South.
THE CABINET MINISTERARTHUR PINERO
Its situation is quite solitary, and, save for the cry of the seagull, there reigns about it an unbroken silence.
SOME PRIVATE VIEWSJAMES PAYN
Away went the ships, with their white canvas spread like the wings of a seagull.
THE LIFE OF A CELEBRATED BUCCANEERRICHARD CLYNTON
She had remembered the vivid sunshine, the wheeling seagull, the soft south wind blowing in from the sea.
PRISONERSMARY CHOLMONDELEY
Her averted eyes fell upon a seagull wheeling against the blue, the incarnation of freedom and the joy of life.
PRISONERSMARY CHOLMONDELEY
He was freed at last, free as he had never been, free as the seagull seen through the bars that could no longer keep him back.
PRISONERSMARY CHOLMONDELEY
She rose from the waves in the likeness of a seagull and she sat upon the raft and she spoke to Odysseus in words.
THE ADVENTURES OF ODYSSEUS AND THE TALES OF TROYPADRIAC COLUM
She gave him the veil, and then, in the likeness of a seagull she dived into the sea and the waves closed over her.
THE ADVENTURES OF ODYSSEUS AND THE TALES OF TROYPADRIAC COLUM
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