falconry

Part of speech: noun

The training or using of falcons for sport.

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Usage examples "falconry":

  1. I am to be squire to the lord, my lady's brother, soon, and now I learn falconry and the care of his armour and sometimes I serve the Mass. - "In the Border Country", Josephine Daskam Bacon.
  2. The word is originally a term of falconry. - "Minor Poems by Milton", John Milton.