- A person who engages in persistent attacks on others or incursions into their land.More example sentences
- The harried becomes the harrier, and what starts as a friendly disagreement can turn into a struggle for life and death.
- 1A hound of a breed used for hunting hares.More example sentences
- The hare would be given a head start and lay a trail with shreds of paper, to be chased by the hounds or harriers.
- Their victim was the hare, which they hunted on foot, assisted by the harrier - a small dog bred specifically for chasing hares.
- The Vale of Lune Hunt has been hunting hares with its pack of harriers for 110 years and many of today's hounds are descended from the hunt's original pack.
- 1.1 (Harriers) Used in the names of teams of cross-country runners: Durham City HarriersMore example sentences
- In the age 50 and above class, Harriers had two runners in the Ireland team.
- Backley joined the Harriers as a six-year-old runner before turning to javelin two years later following a leg injury.
- After racing over the Middleton hills, the runners enjoyed Harriers ' hospitality back at Ilkley Lawn Tennis and Squash Club.
- A long-winged, slender-bodied bird of prey with low quartering flight.
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- Genus Circus, family Accipitridae: several species
- Hawks, harriers, falcons, eagles, and vultures are diurnal migrants.
- Pete takes us inside the lives and minds of all thirty-four species of diurnal raptors found in North America - hawks, falcons, eagles, vultures, the osprey and the harrier.
- Larger species usually lay clutches of one to two eggs, where as smaller accipiters and harriers normally lay clutches of five to six eggs.