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- adj. Reminiscent of a hawk.
- hawk + -like (Wiktionary)
“He was tall and clean shaven, with chunks of wavy brown hair sweeping back from features that could only be described as hawklike.”
“His eyes were sharp and piercing…and his thin, hawklike nose gave his whole expression an air of alertness and decision.”
“Ms. Success was tall with a hawklike nose and enormous brown eyes that made her look slightly cartoonish.”
“Instead of the generous spread of surface with which it had taken the air, it was now a lean and hawklike monoplane balanced on long and exceedingly narrow wings.”
“He shoved his lean, hawklike face into the very center of the slimy, squirming mass, and with his several ancient fangs bit into the heart and the life of the matter.”
“His skin was the same color as the sand, and his features were hawklike.”
“John Milway emailed to tell us how he'd tried and failed to identify a hawklike bird he'd seen from his garden.”
“That hawklike appendage was the longest in the family.”
“The daughter was a physician, and she watched me with intense, hawklike eyes while I finished the exam.”
“He stood there, alert and watching me with hawklike eyes.”
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