goshawk goshawk  /ˈɡɑs ˌhɔk/


  • (n) large hawk of Eurasia and North America used in falconry


  1. Imagine Brothers and Sisters if every once in a while, Sally Field, Rob Lowe or someone else got eaten by a goshawk.
  2. I revenged myself for the miss by knocking a large blue goshawk out of the top of a blasted spruce.
  3. All hawks, save the bird-eating sharp-shinned, Cooper's and goshawk, are rather beneficial than harmful and are protected in 15 States.


  • Black Forest Fire: 85% contained

    The Black Forest Fire is now 85 percent contained. However, fire commanders are still concerned about an area off Goshawk Road.
    on June 18, 2013     Source: KMGH 7 Denver

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