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Definition of "hawking" []

  • Present participle of hawk. (verb)

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  • Action of the verb to hawk. (noun)

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Use "hawking" in a sentence
  • "They shudder pathetically like lithographs of Victorian beggars with perfect features and alabaster skin hawking rags in the lewd alleys of the novel."
  • "If you've recently received an annoying robocall hawking an "extended auto warranty," you're not alone — and the Federal Trade Commission has your back."
  • "If the idea of hawking your wares on eBay is overwhelming and scares you, there are some tools to help you navigate the selling end and to offer helpful tips to make your selling more successful:"