What is gull?

  • (verb): Make a fool or dupe of.
    Synonyms: fool, befool
    See also — Additional definitions below

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Saunders's Gull
... Saunders's Gull or Chinese Black-headed Gull (Chroicocephalus saundersi) is a species of gull in the Laridae family ... As many other gulls, it has traditionally been placed in the genus Larus, but based on phylogenetic work some have moved it to Chroicocephalus, while others argue it is ... The Saunders's Gull is named after British ornithologist, Howard Saunders ...
List Of Birds Of Alberta - Gulls, Terns and Skimmers
... Black-legged Kittiwake (Rissa tridactyla) Ivory Gull (Pagophila eburnea) Sabine's Gull (Xema sabini) Bonaparte's Gull (Chroicocephalus philadelphia) Little Gull (Hydrocoloeus minutus) Franklin's Gull (L ...
List Of Empire Ships (G) - Suffix Beginning With G - Empire Gull (I)
... Empire Gull was a 6,458 GRT cargo ship which was built by Skinner Eddy Corp, Seattle ... To MoWT in 1941 and renamed Empire Gull ...
Gull - Evolution
... A fossil gull from the Middle to Late Miocene of Cherry County, Nebraska, USA is placed in the prehistoric genus Gaviota apart from this and the undescribed Early Oligocene fossil, all prehistoric species were ... Among those of them that have been confirmed as gulls, "Larus" elegans and "L." totanoides from the Late Oligocene/Early Miocene of southeast France have since been separated in Laricola ...
List Of Australian Rules Football Families - G - Gull
... Jim Gull Stewart Gull Jim was the father of Stewart. ...

More definitions of "gull":

  • (noun): Mostly white aquatic bird having long pointed wings and short legs.
    Synonyms: seagull, sea gull

Famous quotes containing the word gull:

    Oh Gull of my childhood,
    cry over my window over and over, take me back,
    oh harbors of oil and cunners, teach me to laugh
    and cry again that way that was the good bargain
    of youth....
    Anne Sexton (1928–1974)

    but what can be done gull gull when you turn the sun
    on again, a dead fruit
    and all that flies today
    is crooked and vain and has been cut from a book.
    Anne Sexton (1928–1974)

    She that but little patience knew,
    From childhood on, had now so much
    A grey gull lost its fear and flew
    Down to her cell and there alit,
    And there endured her fingers’ touch
    And from her fingers ate its bit.
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)