from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See sea-pie, 1.
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They made a sea-pye out of its meat, nesting it in a crust of bread for want of pastry.
Bird and beast had alike taken shelter, and not even a gull or a sea-pye crossed the melancholy lines of moorland, which were half obscured by the mist of the rain.
Captain says I may shoot a sea-pye, for the little ones. '
Captain says I may shoot a sea-pye, for the little ones.’