Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Having a form somewhat resembling a bird of prey: said of certain objects of ornamental art, as a brooch: a favorite pattern in Scandinavian art in the early middle ages.

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Examples

  • "One commercial application for falcon-shaped drones is keeping birds away from airports to eliminate bird-strike dangers for commercial aircraft. ..."

    Forbes.com: News

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