talon[ tal-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF talon
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TALON
He had been sent by Talon to investigate the copper mines of Lake Superior.
It is better to play cards from the talon rather than from the wings.
Look closer and you'll see that only a talon could have made a gash like that.
By November, 1671, Talon wrote that there were enough horses.
Must their ever-ravening eagles beak and talon annihilate us?
These cards are placed on an inclined plane of marble, called a talon.
They will forsake this place, every one—claw and talon, upright and fours, every one.
Fierce of aspect, ruthless in beak and talon, 'the eagles were gathered together.'
We are only strong as tigers are strong—just the strength of the talon and fang.
In the following year both Courcelles and Talon were recalled at their own request.