The sea-gull should be painted on the village tavern sign instead of the golden wheatsheaf.
Was it the cry of a sea-gull flying into shelter from the storm which was approaching?
"It was only the cry of a sea-gull, I expect," he said to himself, and he half closed his eyes again.
The merry month of May had begun, the “sea-gull” was away with her drift-nets.
So saying he purposely fell heavily against sea-gull and knocked the box on the floor.
What is that you say,” shrieked poor Nelly; “the ‘sea-gull’ driving on shore?
But the sea-gull stalked peaceably about, protruding its crop; it was not under notice to quit.
Its shoulders are black, and its back like a sea-gull, slate-coloured.
On the coast itself; there were the usual sea-birds—the gannet and the sea-gull—and fish in abundance.
He swims like a fish and rides waves as easily as a sea-gull.