All I got to eat in the whole month was a small goat and a chicken hawk, and those I had to swallow wool, feathers and all.
He was lying under a wall with his gun, watching for a chicken hawk.
With the Red-shoulder it is often called 'chicken hawk,' but does not deserve the name.
Or a chicken hawk will settle in our icebox and we'll starve to death.
The name of chicken hawk is often applied to it, though it does not deserve the name, its diet being of a more humble kind.
And they cut him open and found under his heart a feather of the chicken hawk.
type of hawk that is believed to prey on domestic fowl, 1802, American English. Figuratively, from the secondary senses of both words, "public person who advocates war but who declined significant opportunity to serve in uniform during wartime," at least 1988, American English. From chicken (n.) + hawk (n.).