hawker definition

  • noun:
    • a person who sells goods aggressively, specially by calling down.
    • A peddler, huckster, just who travels going to sell transportable goods.
    • a form of dragonfly pertaining to the Aeshnidae family members.
    • Someone who breeds and teaches hawks alongside falcons; a falconer.
    • a person who offers wares by crying all of them in the pub; hence, a peddler or a packman.
    • A falconer.
    • One who hawks, or pursues the activity of hawking; a falconer.
    • A sloop-rigged vessel.
    • a person who offers goods for sale by outcry in the pub; person who moves about offering small products; a peddler; a packman.
    • someone who breeds and trains hawks and whom uses the activity of falconry
    • a person who travels about offering his wares (as on streets or at carnivals)
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to market items by outcry on the street.
  • others:
    • to try out the hawker; peddle.

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