hawker

Part of speech: noun

A pedler.

Part of speech: noun

One who hunts with hawks; a falconer.

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Usage examples "hawker":

  1. I looked around at the familiar street dogs and hawker stands and then hailed a motorcycle taxi to take me home, which was a short distance of 3 kms. - "Free from School", Rahul Alvares.
  2. The hawker, however, remained seated upon the bench, drawing idle patterns upon the gravel with a hazel stick stolen from a hedgerow. - "Clementina", A.E.W. Mason.
  3. A hawker went by bawling: Bulletin of the Revolutionary Tribunal!... - "The Gods are Athirst", Anatole France.