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talon

noun as in claw

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The Haast’s eagle is known to have consumed another extinct Pacific bird, the moa, based on preserved bones scarred by talons.

They found that the harpagornis’s beak and talons were more eagle-like in nature and able to withstand high amounts of pressure, leading them to believe that it was in fact a predator.

A chicken Amigo named Chicharrón is also present in Far Cry 6, and possesses the ability to attack foes with large talons.

The Black Talon is a jacketed hollow-point bullet with perforations designed to expand following impact with soft tissue.

Whom should we blame for the Black Talon ammunition that ripped through her?

With his talon-like hands he began clawing at the sick man, who was twisting and tossing on his couch, as though with convulsions.

No sooner had Don Luis entered the hall than a hand, or rather a talon, seized him by the right arm.

I told them that if we only gave you a chance you would be a perfect talon rouge.

All night he labored, beak and talon, until the nest was ready.

As epigrams well enough, Mr. Talon; but perhaps the simple truth is, that I do not love her ladyship.

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On this page you'll find 3 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to talon, such as: hook, and nail.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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