In other words, though excellent for hawking, they are too tough for spitting.
Tiny drums are also carried by pedlars when hawking their wares.
Then it had become riding, hawking and, worst of all, reading.
I am afraid you will find it difficult to make a living at hawking?
I know no lad of her age that can equal her in hunting or hawking.
Master Clayborne, once, hawking near Windsor, I dropped my glove.
"Then he isn't always a failure," said Hawking, brightening.
Among the nut-bush tops a bat is hawking for night-flying insects.
These are merlins and peregrines, kept for a friend by the keeper, who is fond of hawking.
These are only a few of the technical terms peculiar to hawking.