So he pecked out the wiring instruction to his broker with two fingers.
"Just experienced the meaning of BLINDSIDED...," she pecked.
Leila Hatami pecked the director of the Cannes Film Festival and was quickly denounced as a sinner by hardliners at home.
I bent over it to shield it, and the birds pecked into my back, into my lungs they pecked.
She pecked on his nose, which by now, what of previous adventures was sore.
They have a simple me-stronger pecking order so I pecked a bit and we can drink.
He took it, waved it; and then stooped to her offered cheek and pecked it delicately.
The ends are pecked flat and the entire middle section has been pecked, apparently to reduce it to the desired size of the shaft.
She dropped her coaxing voice and pecked the doctor like an irritated pigeon.
One cannot help thinking of the way in which lizards sometimes shed their tails when pecked at.
late 13c., "dry measure of one-quarter bushel," of unknown origin; perhaps connected with Old French pek, picot (13c.), also of unknown origin (Barnhart says these were borrowed from English). Chiefly of oats for horses; original sense may be "allowance" rather than a fixed measure, thus perhaps from peck (v.).
"act of pecking," 1610s, from peck (v.). It is attested earlier in thieves' slang (1560s) with a sense of "food, grub."