Results for hawk

Definitions of hawk:

part of speech: verb intransitive

To hunt birds with hawks trained for the purpose: to attack on the wing.

part of speech: noun

The name of several birds of prey allied to the falcons.

part of speech: noun

HAWKER.

part of speech: noun

The effort to do this.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To make a forcible effort to cough up phlegm.

part of speech: noun

A small flat board, having a handle underneath, used by plasterers when at work with mortar or plaster.

part of speech: noun

A name for various kinds of birds of prey related to the buzzards, etc.; a forcible effort to clear the throat of phlegm.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To force up matter from the throat.

part of speech: verb

To fly trained hawks at birds on the wing.

part of speech: verb transitive

To cry, or carry about, for sale.

part of speech: verb transitive

To carry about for sale: to cry for sale.

part of speech: verb

To carry about goods for sale from place to place; to peddle.

part of speech: noun

A bird of prey of several species.

part of speech: verb

To bring up phlegm by coughing.

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