eggs

[ UK /ˈɛɡz/ ]
[ US /ˈɛɡz/ ]
NOUN
  1. oval reproductive body of a fowl (especially a hen) used as food
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How To Use eggs In A Sentence

  • I bought a dozen eggs and every one of them was bad.
  • He is always telling the director how to run the business; that's like teaching one's grandmother how to suck eggs.
  • True to her word, Helen uses the best ingredients including free-range eggs and her own jam in her cakes.
  • The female covers the eggs
  • Two of its products containing artificial eggs are on sale in the US. Times, Sunday Times
  • It was hard to believe that something so simple could be so tasty, a creamy potato flavour that was concentrated by long slow cooking in olive oil, seasoned with the sweet tang of long cooked onions all morticed with beaten eggs. At My Table
  • Creamy onion sauce slathered over lightly boiled eggs.
  • The rest of the cast (including Elias, whom I like normally) sucked green eggs and hammed it up like the subject was a bad joke. Rabid Rewind: Defendor
  • The white fleshy oviduct is extruded, and the eggs are squeezed out.
  • Female cockroaches carry their fertilized eggs around in these pod-like sacks called ootheca. Boing Boing
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