seabird

[see-burd]
noun
a bird frequenting the sea or coast.
Also, sea bird.
Also called seafowl.


Origin:
1580–90; sea + bird

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Example sentences
The other imperiled bird of the high canopy is actually a seabird: the marbled
  murrelet.
Inside national park boundaries, some areas are closed for eagle and seabird
  nesting seasons.
Befitting their name, king penguins cut an impressive figure in the seabird
  court.
The guillemot, a seabird that depends on ice, is losing its habitat and falling
  prey to polar bears desperate for food.
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