How to Pronounce sea gulls?

Correct pronunciation for the word "sea gulls" is [sˈiː ɡˈʌlz], [sˈiː ɡˈʌlz], [s_ˈiː ɡ_ˈʌ_l_z].

"Sea gulls" in context

Sea gulls are large seabirds that are usually seen near coastal areas and around bodies of water. They have a white, grey and black plumage, as well as a thick bill and webbed feet. Sea gulls feed mainly on fish, crustaceans and mollusks, but they are also known to scavenge food from beaches and sometimes even urban areas. Their calls are loud, harsh and unmistakable.

These birds are highly social and known to form huge flocks which often follow fishing boats for an easy meal. They also frequently nest near human habitats, leading to occasional conflicts.

Usage over time for sea gulls:

This graph shows how "sea gulls" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

6 words made out of letters SEA GULLS

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