Definition of Hawkeys
1. hawkey [n] - See also: hawkey
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hawkeys
Literary usage of Hawkeys
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Indian Races of North and South America: Comprising an Account of the by Charles De Wolf Brownell, Joel Tyler Headley (1865)
"... the article proceeds : " Not far distant from the hawkeys, and in the same range of country ..."
2. Works by James Fenimore Cooper (1892)
"hawkeys has a good countenance, and he is tough —But why should he be tormented when the Hurons love him ? He is not born their enemy ; and the death of one ..."
3. The American State Reports: Containing the Cases of General Value and by Abraham Clark Freeman (1891)
"Ae strong a case as we have been able to find in support of the contention of the appellee is the case of Eddy v. hawkeys Ins. Co., 70 Iowa, 472; ..."
4. Through America: Or, Nine Months in the United States by Walter Gore Marshall (1881)
"Children will be welcomed with delight, and are requested to bring hoop-sticks and hawkeys to bang the carved rosewood furniture especially provided for ..."
5. Iowa in War Times by Samuel Hawkins Marshall Byers (1888)
"... Dr. Salter and JK Graves, for papers and v 272 to AW Swaim, for the use of his fine military library; prietors of the Burlington hawkeys, for the loan ..."