The goshawk and chicken-hawk, in the amount of damage done, far exceed all other birds of prey.
Thenceforth the chicken-hawk and its every marking were familiar to him.
"There wouldn't be any chicken-hawk around here in these woods," said Joan.
Oh, yes; about the same way an old hen loves a chicken-hawk.
So they did go an' see chicken-hawk about it an' pay chicken-hawk so much.
When the sister know that chicken-hawk took the clothes they came out of the water all t'ree of them.
That notion of Dorothy's was as wild as—as the flight of that chicken-hawk sailing over the barnyard.
That man's afraid o' me—jess as 'fraid as a chicken-hawk is of a gun, seh!
During that time chicken-hawk took up all three of them clothes an' gone on a high tree where them can see him.
She actilly did seem as if she was made out of steel springs and 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.).