Words nearby hawkish
OTHER WORDS FROM hawkishhawk·ish·ly, adverbhawk·ish·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for hawkish
But, under the hawkish eye of the media and through a heavily active social media presence, she carried on as usual.Nicki Minaj Bares Her Own Vulnerability on ‘The Pinkprint’|Rawiya Kameir|December 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Is she too hawkish for the activists who helped make her vote for the Iraq War so costly back in the 2008 campaign?
Conservatives who favor a hawkish foreign policy will claim otherwise, of course.
Later in that same show, guest Hillary Clinton hawked her new book together with her hawkish views on the Middle East.How Jon Stewart Made It Okay to Care About Palestinian Suffering|Dean Obeidallah|July 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
While hawkish Republicans have pushed President Obama to launch air strikes, Paul has dodged the issue.
His long face had a hawkish cast, and it was gray, not with age, but with the sage-gray of the desert.The Heritage of the Desert|Zane Grey
The proprietor, a drawn, unhappy looking creature, and a hawkish looking German assistant welcomed me cordially.The Conquest|Oscar Micheaux
His hawkish features, upturned moustache, and colourless skin gave him a truly Machiavellian aspect.A Lively Bit of the Front|Percy F. Westerman
His eyes were large and gray; his nose of a hawkish shape; his lips very thin.
The Luftwaffe Marshal gasped, but swallowed the cry of fright as Dave's gun came within ten inches of his thin, hawkish nose.Dave Dawson with the Commandos|R. Sidney Bowen