Fowl [noun]

Definition of Fowl:

domesticated bird

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Sentence/Example of Fowl:

You’d know what time of year it is simply by the chef’s choice of meat and fowl.

He stirred the smoldering ashes till the broiled fowl began to sizzle afresh.

Water-fowl that had not moved at the first alarm now sprang in myriads from reeds and sedges, and darkened the very air.

Chloride of Lime … bad smell … bad egg … white of egg … fowl … grain … flour … flour and water … milk fluid … milk.

The Chinese esteem it as a great delicacy and mix it with fowl and vegetables.

The priests shall not eat of any thing that is dead of itself or caught by a beast, whether it be fowl or cattle.

A laird, in the county of Aberdeen, had a well-stocked fowl yard, but could never get any new-laid eggs for breakfast.

Father of Family (who has accidentally shot the leg of a Fowl under the table).

Those who saw the pyramids of choice wild fowl imagined that the entertainment had been prepared for fifty epicures at the least.

There is an obvious allusion in this line to the common proverb—'As fain as fowl of a fair morrow,' which is quoted in the Kn.