hawk around


w>hawk around

vt sep (lit, fig)hausieren (gehen) mit
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Then there was that brochure put out by his new representatives, Elite Management, appearing to hawk around his services to the highest bidder.
He intends to hawk around his unsavoury plan to export the Premier League across the world, like a popular brand of washing machine, against ever-growing opposition (when the Americans say the idea is tacky, you know you're on the wrong horse).
Arrestor wires, used to bring a jet to halt, broke when an F/A-18F Super Hornet made a landing attempt on the Kitty Hawk around 6:30 p.m.
Spiky-haired Fowler boasts he's been sitting on information about his brother for 25 years and has written a 90,000-word book which he plans to hawk around American publishers in the next few weeks.