(ironic) journalism; hackwork
Routine mediocrity; esp the dull performance and tone of an average political professional: the gray, self-serving hackery of previous City Councils (1970s+)
[hak] /hæk/ noun 1. a person, as an artist or writer, who exploits, for money, his or her creative ability or training in the production of dull, unimaginative, and trite work; one who produces banal and mediocre work in the hope of gaining commercial success in the arts: As a painter, he was little more […]
/ˌhæˈkɛt/ noun 1. (informal, derogatory) a female journalist
noun 1. an adzlike tool for dressing stone. noun 1. an adzelike tool, used for dressing stone
noun 1. Falconry. a shed where young hawks are kept and fed while at hack.