hawked[ hawk ]SEE DEFINITION OF hawked
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Two days afterwards, the story was hawked about the streets.
Donkey-loads of hoja, or corn-shucks, were hawked about for sale.
Had I understood the trick, I would have hawked for them and helped feed them myself!
Either "he" or "she" hawked or "did some'at" and got a living for both.
He hawked about his notion of the way to India at all the courts of Europe.
He could not bear to have it said of her that she was hawked about.
Three cheers for the sister-in-law he hawked about, three fangs in her mouth.
The ballads, which he hawked about, were generally his own composition.
A broadside on the event was printed and hawked about the country.
She hawked and she hunted, she danced and she played at tables.