from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. See haggard.


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  • When, after many nights passed _au bloc_ as these birds are now, I prevail upon the _hagard_ to stay quietly on the wrist, then the bird is ready to be taught to come for its food.

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  • When we catch a wild falcon which has changed its plumage we term it a _hagard_.

    The King in Yellow

  • Sous le porche, en sortant du collège, la dernière personne que je rencontrai fut M. Viot, mais un M. Viot sans ses clefs, hagard, effaré, courant de droite et de gauche.

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  • Hey si le dément démantèlement t’excites tellement que c’est comme de la musique à tes oreilles, comment t’aimes le tintamarre des barbares, dans tes tympans d’avare hagard?

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  • _mué_ there on Hastur's wrist, is not difficult, but thou, Raoul, mayest not find it so simple to govern that _hagard_.

    The King in Yellow

  • "If you would rather attach the _longe_ and leave thy _hagard au bloc_, Raoul, I shall say nothing; for it were a pity to spoil so fair

    The King in Yellow


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