NounHaggard (plural Haggards)
- (dialect, Manx, Irish) A stackyard, an enclosure on a farm for stacking grain, hay, etc.
- "He tuk a slew [swerve] round the haggard" 
- (falconry) A hunting bird captured as an adult.
- A "haggard" is a bird captured as an adult and therefore of unknown age; often, the law prohibits capturing birds of mating age. Falconry Pro
Adverbs for Haggard
terribly; alarmingly; surprisingly; pitiably; pathetically; fearfully; unwontedly; extremely; frightfully; mysteriously; significantly; distressingly; disturbingly; gauntly; shockingly; appallingly; wearily; uncommonly; singularly; strangely; cruelly.
abandoned, achromatic, achromic, amok, anemic, angular, ashen, ashy, attenuated, bellowing, berserk, bigoted, bled white, bloodless, blue, cadaverous, careworn, carried away, chloranemic, colorless, corpselike, dead, deadly, deadly pale, deathlike, deathly, deathly pale, delirious, demoniac, dim, dimmed, dingy, discolored, distracted, drawn, dull, ecstatic, eerie, emacerated, emaciate, emaciated, enraptured, etiolated, exhausted, exsanguinated, exsanguine, exsanguineous, extravagant, extreme, extremist, faded, fagged, faint, fallow, fanatic, fatigued, feral, ferocious, fierce, flat, frantic, frenzied, fulminating, furious, gaunt, ghastly, ghostlike, ghostly, gray, grisly, gruesome, hog-wild, hollow-eyed, howling, hueless, hypochromic, hysterical, in a transport, in hysterics, inordinate, intoxicated, irrational, jejune, lackluster, lank, leaden, lean, livid, lurid, lusterless, macabre, mad, madding, maniac, marantic, marasmic, mat, mealy, mortuary, muddy, neutral, orgasmic, orgiastic, overenthusiastic, overreligious, overzealous, pale, pale as death, pale-faced, pallid, pasty, peaked, peaky, perfervid, pinched, played out, poor, possessed, puny, rabid, raging, ramping, ranting, ravaged, raving, ravished, roaring, run-down, running mad, sallow, scraggy, scrawny, shriveled, shrunken, sickly, skeletal, skinny, spare, spent, starved, starveling, storming, tabetic, tabid, tallow-faced, tired, tired-eyed, tired-faced, tired-looking, toneless, transported, ultrazealous, uncanny, uncolored, uncontrollable, underfed, undernourished, unearthly, unreasonable, violent, wan, washed-out, wasted, waxen, weak, wearied, weary, weary-looking, weazeny, weird, whey-faced, white, wild, wild-eyed, wild-looking, withered, wizened, worn, worn-down, wraithlike, zealotic
From Old French faulcon hagard (“wild falcon”) ( > French hagard (“dazed”)), from Middle High German hag (“coppice”)  ( > archaic German Hag (“hedge, grove”)). Akin to Frankish hagia ( > French haie (“hedge”))