king snake

NOUN
  1. any of numerous nonvenomous North American constrictors; feed on other snakes and small mammals
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How To Use king snake In A Sentence

  • He then films the snakes (mostly gopher and king snakes) as they crawl and feed.
  • He clenched his teeth and set an unwinking snake stare on the guest.
  • The king snake and the barn owl are natural predators.
  • The gun speedily put the wicked-looking snake out of action, and a bulge in the body indicated the site of the last meal -- the confiding thrush and her fledgeless brood. Tropic Days
  • While I was in the lake, little fishes would nibble softly on my toes, beside me slid a beautiful California king snake and a bird swooped down to his prey.
  • The gun speedily put the wicked-looking snake out of action, and a bulge in the body indicated the site of the last meal — the confiding thrush and her fledgeless brood. Tropic Days
  • Thus, several kinds of king snakes mimic the venomous coral snake's distinctive pattern of alternating red, black, and yellow or white bands.
  • There was also this big rat snake in the barn - I couldn't smell it, but a lot of times I'd be working in the loft, all of a sudden I'd discover that big king snake, coiling up, getting ready to strike.
  • Slithering slowly out of a stinking sewer, an unexpected guest to the city's streets - a King snake - gave passers-by an all-mighty shock.
  • He then films the snakes (mostly gopher and king snakes) as they crawl and feed.
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