Definition of Like a hawk

1. Prepositional phrase. (simile) With particular vigilance or attention, implying sharp vision. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Like A Hawk

like-for-like sales
like a bat out of hell
like a bee in clover
like a bull in a china shop
like a cat in a strange garret
like a cat on a hot tin roof
like a charm
like a chicken with its head cut off
like a chicken with the pip
like a dog with a bone
like a duck takes to water
like a hawk (current term)
like a hole in one's head
like a hole in the head
like a kid in a candy store
like a lamb to the slaughter
like a man
like a million bucks
like a million dollars
like a pig in clover
like a shot
like a ton of bricks
like a train
like an amateur
like an expert
like as

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