Definition of Hogwards

1. hogward [n] - See also: hogward



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hogwards

hogsheads
hogskin
hogskins
hogsties
hogsty
hogsucker
hogswallop
hogtie
hogtied
hogtieing
hogties
hogtying
hogwaller
hogwallers
hogward
hogwards (current term)
hogwash
hogwashes
hogweed
hogweeds
hoh
hoha
hohed
hohing
hohlraum
hohlraums
hohmannite
hohs
hoi
hoi polloi

Literary usage of Hogwards

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1. Collections of the Worcester Society of Antiquity by Worcester Society of Antiquity (Mass, Worcester Society of Antiquity (Mass.) (1881)
"Jonathan Grout, Elisha Hedg & Danil Holdin ware Chosen hogwards or field drivers and Said Grout was Sworn in yc meeting. ..."

2. Centennial Celebration by Gilbert Asa Davis (1874)
"... ringed " & that the hogwards pound no swine except complained of." These men, the progenitors of families now living here, thus laid the foundation for ..."

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