Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Furnished with or distinguished by a beak.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adjective Having a beak.
  • adjective Beak-like.
  • adjective Having a nose which resembles a beak.

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Examples

  • The deep-set little eyes, beaky nose, and small mouth were now surrounded by a great square of fat that seemed to press his features into the center of his head. . .

    Chasing justice in Henry VIII's England

  • The deep-set little eyes, beaky nose, and small mouth were now surrounded by a great square of fat that seemed to press his features into the center of his head. . .

    Chasing justice in Henry VIII's England

  • Amy was thin and angular, with light eyes and a sharp, beaky nose.

    Boys and Girls Like You and Me

  • Instead she scampers off to share her lunch with a troupe of monkeys that sometimes plagues the plantation and its cruel overseer, "a bad-tempered man with a beaky nose and eyes like sharp little stones."

    'Cloud Tea Monkeys'

  • He had a long jaw and a beaky nose, and brown eyes that were sharp for a man of his general shabbiness.

    DIAMOND RUBY

  • He was odd-looking, skinny with a long neck and a beaky nose.

    Boys and Girls Like You and Me

  • Instead she scampers off to share her lunch with a troupe of monkeys that sometimes plagues the plantation and its cruel overseer, "a bad-tempered man with a beaky nose and eyes like sharp little stones."

    'Cloud Tea Monkeys'

  • Instead she scampers off to share her lunch with a troupe of monkeys that sometimes plagues the plantation and its cruel overseer, "a bad-tempered man with a beaky nose and eyes like sharp little stones."

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  • Instead she scampers off to share her lunch with a troupe of monkeys that sometimes plagues the plantation and its cruel overseer, "a bad-tempered man with a beaky nose and eyes like sharp little stones."

    'Cloud Tea Monkeys'

  • This is the subject of our present dispute: he snuck up on me while I was reading the paper and is now eyeing my big toe, his beaky mouth already ajar.

    Tim Dowling: The tortoise wants my toe for dinner

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