Definition of Hogwards
1. hogward [n] - See also: hogward
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hogwards
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Literary usage of Hogwards
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
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 ..."