eagle

Part of speech: noun

A very large diurnal bird of prey.

Part of speech: noun

A gold coin of the United States, value $ 10.

Part of speech: noun

A Roman standard bearing the image of an eagle.

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Usage examples "eagle":

  1. He might as well have tried to stop a fly- away eagle with them. - "Hurricane Hurry", W.H.G. Kingston.
  2. " Perhaps we can fool them," said Turning Eagle. - "Spotted Deer", Elmer Gregor.
  3. The eagle, the hawk and the rest now crowded around, and after some discussion it was decided to try and make wings for the little fellows. - "Indian Games and Dances with Native Songs", Alice C. Fletcher.