Part of speech:
Something that sells or gains acceptance in a particular way:
Any of an order (Falconiformes) of diurnal birds with sharp claws and hooked bills that capture, kill, and eat other animals or feed chiefly on carrion, such as hawks, falcons, vultures, and the osprey
A small game bird
An adult hawk captured for training.
A runner, specifically, a cross country runner.
A small falcon (Falco sparverius) found throughout the Americas, having vertical black stripes under the eyes and characteristically hovering over fields to hunt.
A kite is defined as a light weight, framed piece of fabric or paper attached to a roll of string that is flown in the air by wind currents.
A member of the Accipitridae
Any of a genus (Buteo) of large, broad-winged, soaring hawks that prey mainly on rodents
A person having hereditary rank or title; nobleman; peer
A female bird of this type used in falconry.
A person bent on promoting or bringing about war
A warlike person
In North America, a general term for scavenging birds such as the American black vulture, also called American black buzzard (Coragyps atratus), and the turkey vulture (Cathartes aura).
A thin, pointed rod or bar on which meat is impaled for broiling or roasting over a fire or before other direct heat
A member of the 12th US Congress (1811–1813) who advocated war with Great Britain.
Belligerent is defined as a state, nation or military personnel at war or ready to fight.
A person who supports or advocates militarism
A quick-tempered or impetuous person.
A conservative is defined as someone in a political party that opposes big government and supports traditional family structures.
(Historical: 19th-century England) A member of the most progressive wing of the Liberal Party; someone favouring social reform (but generally stopping short of socialism).
(Baseball) Amateurish behavior, short for "bush league behavior"
Any of several large carrion-eating or predatory birds in the family Falconidae, native to South and Central America and the southern United States.
An inclination; tendency:
Any of several large, powerful accipiters, especially the northern goshawk (Accipiter gentilis), having broad rounded wings and a long tail.
Any of numerous cartilaginous fishes of the subclass Elasmobranchii that are chiefly carnivorous and marine. Sharks have a streamlined torpedolike body, five to seven gill openings on each side of the head, a large oil-filled liver, and tough skin covered with small toothlike scales.
Any of various large birds of prey characteristically having dark plumage and a featherless head and neck and generally feeding on carrion. Species found in the Americas are in the family Cathartidae, and those found in Eurasia and Africa are in the family Accipitridae.
To travel about selling goods
clear mucus or food from one's throat
To disseminate, promote, etc., often in a way that is regarded as deceptive or self-serving
To fix or set the tone of.
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