Beak and Head


Beak noun - The jaws of a bird together with their hornlike covering.
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Synonyms for Beak

Head and beak are semantically related In some cases you can use "Head" instead a noun "Beak".

Nearby Words: beaker, beaked, beaky


Head noun - The upper or front part of the body that contains the brain, the major sense organs, and the mouth.

Beak and head are semantically related in top part topic. Sometimes you can use "Beak" instead a noun "Head".

How words are described

full full beak full head
long long beak long head
similar similar beak similar head
right right beak right head
Other adjectives: fake, green, round, open, entire, large, enormous, huge, blue, tiny, flat, black, lower, white, new, extra, gigantic, larger, giant, red, elongated, oversized, shorter.

Both words in one sentence

  • Ridiculously Cute Critter In spite of its Inherently Funny Name, the North American woodcock is definitely a cute bird, with big shiny eyes, a funny-shaped head/beak, an extremely fluffy body, and short, twig-thin legs.
  • Tengu They were 2-3 foot tall humanoids with a crow's head and beak and feathered wings between their shoulder blades.
    Source: Tengu
  • Tengu The earliest depictions, often called Karasu Tengu (Crow Tengu), are depicted as anthropomorphic crows with a fully bird-like head and beak.
    Source: Tengu
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Head or Beak. 2016. Accessed April 01, 2023.
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