Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of falcon.
  • n. falconry

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Hawking; falconry.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Break out the bucket list: Ancient sports like falconing and mace-swinging are making a comeback around the world.

    A Whole Other Ball Game

  • My father in law works with a guy who comes down to Madison to catch hawks for falconing.

    You think because a chimpanzee knows you, he doesn't hate you?

  • SheikMo: with whom he may have been falconing at the time.

    Danielle Crittenden: The President's Secret IMs: A Prince, a Party Gurl, and a Storm in a Port

  • Why else would Bush agree to spend time falconing when a visit to a U.S. aircraft carrier just up the road would have been the right presidential thing to do.

    Amb. Marc Ginsberg: That Saudi Funded West Wing??

  • Just casually mention you plan on falconing, and for the first time in years, they'll pay attention to you -- not the Xbox.

    Falcon Crest

  • If you get around to outfitting that dream Airstream for your falconing?

    Airstream

  • GREG SIMKINS, CONSERVATION MANAGER: This is a Saka (ph) Falcon, which is one of the traditional birds that is used in Arabia for falconing.

    CNN Transcript Oct 14, 2006

  • A simple day spent falconing typically involved the services of twenty-four falconers with an appropriate number of dogs and horses and a dozen attendants, plus guests and so forth.

    The Pawprints of History

  • Arab robes flying and blue eyes rimmed with kohl, she raced camels and horses, went falconing, and even accompanied her lord and master into battle; in quieter moments she served him at meals and washed his feet.

    How We Become What We Are

  • He did not want to get involved with trained sharks or squid wrestling in the LIQUID medium, and feared the Rifleman might be experienced in falconing in DISCONTINUITY, i.e., air.

    Blue Adept

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