haggard a wild, untrained hawk ( “Faulcon hagard. A Hagard; a Faulcon that preyed for herselfe long before she was taken.” Cotgrave's Fr. and Engl. Dict. sub “Hagard.” And see Latham's Faulconry, etc., 1658, concerning the Haggard Faulcon, the Haggard Goshawk, the Haggard Lanner, and—in his First Book, chap. iii.— “the manner of reclaiming your Haggard),” THE TAMING OF THE SHREW, iv. 1. 177 ; iv. 2. 39; TWELFTH NIGHT, iii. 1. 61 ; “haggards,” MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, iii. 1. 36.
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