from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Of or pertaining to a buzzard; like a buzzard.


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  • We've all seen plenty of the worst -- the sly cruelty, the arrogant ignorance, the fascination with trivia, the cheats, the weaselish and piggish and the buzzardly -- but we can rise above it if we will only recognize a leader when one comes along and have the sense to let him lead.

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  • I think this blindfold buzzardly hedge-wench spoke to ye; she knows ye, though she see thee not.

    A Select Collection of Old English Plays, Volume 6

  • (jestingly, to try him) said: "I pray thee, good fellow, let me ride a little to ease my weary legs;" which the buzzardly ass denied, saying that his horse was weary; and he would not let him get up.

    Mediaeval Tales


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