of, relating to, or belonging to the family Accipitridae, comprising the hawks, Old World vultures, kites, harriers, and eagles.
raptorial; like or related to the birds of prey.
An accipitrine bird, the same as that obtained at Shair-i-Suffer.
Journals of Travels in Assam, Burma, Bhootan, Afghanistan and The William Griffith
Also accipitral (ækˈsɪpɪtrəl). of, relating to, or resembling a hawk; rapacious
of, relating to, or belonging to the subfamily Accipitrinae, which includes the hawks
Lucius, c170–c90 b.c, Roman poet and prose writer. Historical Examples Accius lived to a great age, but the date of his death is not known. A History of Roman Literature Harold North Fowler Once when Julius Cæsar entered an assembly of poets, Accius alone abstained from rising to do him homage. The Mirror of Taste, […]
to welcome or salute with shouts or sounds of joy and approval; applaud: to acclaim the conquering heroes. to announce or proclaim with enthusiastic approval: to acclaim the new king. to make ; applaud. (defs 1, 2). Contemporary Examples The show ran for five seasons, earning both popularity and acclaim in the process. The Childish […]
to welcome or salute with shouts or sounds of joy and approval; applaud: to acclaim the conquering heroes. to announce or proclaim with enthusiastic approval: to acclaim the new king. to make ; applaud. (defs 1, 2). Contemporary Examples William Dalrymple is the author of seven acclaimed works of history and travel, including, most recently, […]
a loud shout or other demonstration of welcome, goodwill, or approval. act of . Liturgy. a brief responsive chant in antiphonal singing. Ecclesiastical, (def 3a). by acclamation, by an oral vote, often unanimous, expressing approval by shouts, hand-clapping, etc., rather than by formal ballot. Historical Examples The speaker was Thomas Rimer, and the plan was […]