Synonyms for teal
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TEAL
Other wild ducks and teal may be roasted in about half an hour.
A sharp knife, Babette, for these teal––a duck should be cut, not torn.
The wood-pigeon is large, and the flesh dark coloured: if properly kept, and not over roasted, the flavour is equal to teal.
A teal, from fifteen to twenty minutes; and other birds of this kind, in proportion to their size, a longer or a shorter time.
Governor Berkeley named also brant, shell drake, teal, and blewings.
Take a sarcel or teal, and raise his wings and his legs, and no sauce but only salt.
They've tongues as long as a besom's teal, and fingers as long to poke after 'em.
The chaps on the Teal made torches of paper soaked in paraffin.'
The lakes swarm with mallards, ducks, and a variety of teal.
The lights of a Teal are excellent for adornment, but they have no relation to illumination.