hawklike

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Etymology[edit]

hawk +‎ -like

Adjective[edit]

hawklike (comparative more hawklike, superlative most hawklike)

  1. Reminiscent of a hawk.
    • 1986, Linda Ben-Zvi, Samuel Beckett
      However, in filming this scene proved too difficult to do, and instead the film opens with a close-up of Keaton's hawklike eye.

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