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- adj. Having a bill or beak shaped like that of a hawk.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a bill or beak like or likened to a hawk's: as, a hawk-billed turtle.
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Perhaps best described as half the calories and all the taste of the Alfa 8C Competizione, the hawk-billed little sports car—about the size of a Mazda Miata—utterly killed on the show stand.
AFP/Getty Images Best described as half the calories and all the taste of the Alfa 8C Competizione, the hawk-billed little sports car -- about the size of a Mazda Miata -- utterly killed on the show stand, Neil said.
A sharp hawk-billed knife will be useful in cutting off the loose bark.
New York -- the hawk-billed conductor whose shining pate used to glisten like a stage lamp from the conductor's seat in the fine old house at Fourteenth Street and Irving Place.
This was a keen-eyed, hawk-billed, wiry veteran of the '48.
There are two sorts of turtle found on the shores of the islands of these seas -- the hawk-billed and the green turtle -- Mr Henley told me.
Ducati kicked off its television advertising campaign by showing off its hawk-billed adventure tourer tackling everything from urban assault missions to gravel paths and everything in between.