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eagle

General Crossword Questions for “eagle”

  • Bird of prey found in valleys around Scottish golf course
  • Bird of prey
  • Large bird of prey
  • Raptor
  • Two under in 20 across
  • Two under par for a hole
  • Keen-eyed bird
  • Two strokes under par for a golf hole
  • A birdie (or better!)
  • Standard coin once
  • Bird of prey decapitated hunting dog
  • Bird which once landed on the moon?
  • Egghead, age about 50, a high-flier
  • Dog fails to start, being below par
  • It keeps a sharp eye on German and American arms
  • Bird dog slips lead
  • Tiger's prey, a rare bird?
  • Empty-headed dog welcomed on the golf course
  • Bird hunter decapitated
  • Good shots to point — will get to 50 in time
  • Old comic welcomed on the golf course
  • American symbol reflecting composer, almost English
  • Top bird, perhaps, not top dog
  • Bird doing well at 22
  • One big bird or two below par
  • Bird seen in Swansea glen
  • A bird dog has no lead
  • Bird dog needing no lead
  • What may be shot on a course?
  • Hunting dog dropping black bird
  • Bird nesting in one, a glen
  • Gold coin found in one, a glebe-house
  • Excellent score in league when university dropped out
  • Dog without lead gets the bird
  • Bird spotted in the Beagle Channel
  • Bird dog, losing its head
  • King of birds

Encyclopedia

  • Detailed overview of eagles, the bird, including the various species and how they're often used as national symbols, religious objects, and organizational symbols and logos. — “Eagle (The Bird) - Wikipedia”, en.wikipedia.org
  • The Golden Eagle (Aquila chrysaetos) is one of the best known birds of prey in the Northern Hemisphere. Like all eagles, it belongs to the family Accipitridae. Once widespread across the Holarctic, it has disappeared from many of the more heavily populated areas. — “Golden Eagle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
  • War Eagle is the battle cry of fans of the Auburn Tigers football team of Auburn University, and fans of other Auburn teams and sometimes Auburn University in general. It is a common phrase in the city of Auburn in general, along with the variation "War Damn Eagle". — “War Eagle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org

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