The act of flying a Blackhawk helicopter whilst erratically changing altitudes and airspeeds causing difficulty for subsequent chalks to maintain any type of formation flight that would resemble that of a professional Army/Navy/Air Force Aviator.
Did you see Carl in flight lead last night? He was hawking so bad we almost got sick!
by CoCWOO July 26, 2019
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This nice asshole is from MHA and loves food. Did I mention he can also fly?
Jenny: Hawks is a sweet bitch
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What black people call the wind -- especially in Chicago.
Damn son, did you feel the hawk coming off the lake last night?
by Reggie November 24, 2003
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Someone who supports an aggressive foreign policy often including regime change or wars which are deemed inevitable and necessary.
John Bolton was the hawk of the Trump Administration
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(v.) Coming from behind in a foot race to beat your opponent
Dude 1: he's catching up to him!
Dude 2: yea, he hawked him
by trackro March 31, 2010
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A noun used to describe cold weather with a biting wind. Used to describe the bitter cold as if it were an animate object.
1. Man, the hawk is out today.
2. Don't go outside, the hawk is waiting for you.
3. I know the hawk is around the corner, but I'm goin' for the car.
4. The hawk snuck up on us while we were walkin' home.
by aarizonaguy April 26, 2008
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Meaning to sell something. Semantically implying devious actions involved in the transaction. Often something stolen can be referred to as being hawked. The important thing to remember is it is being stolen to sell on.

A northern English word regularly used in Durham, North Yorkshire and as far north as Tyneside.
'Dude whez mi car?'
'Appen sum charvers hawked it'

From a Geordie folk song... called Cushie Butterfield
'well her name's Cushie Butterfeld and she hawks yella clay'
by NorthYorkshireWordWatch May 28, 2009
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