Definition of Hohing

1. hoh [v] - See also: hoh



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hohing

hogtied
hogtieing
hogties
hogtying
hogwaller
hogwallers
hogward
hogwards
hogwash
hogwashes
hogweed
hogweeds
hoh
hoha
hohed
hohing (current term)
hohlraum
hohlraums
hohmannite
hohs
hoi
hoi polloi
hoiaspidean
hoick
hoicked
hoicking
hoicks
hoicksed
hoickses
hoicksing

Literary usage of Hohing

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1. The American Episcopal Church in China by Annette B. Richmond (1907)
"It was hoped that the number of workers might now be increased, and in 1866 those already on the field welcomed the Rev. Augustus hohing and Mrs. ..."

2. The Rebellion Record: A Diary of American Events by Frank Moore (1866)
"Private George hohing, company F, wounded, finger, slight, on railroad. December 18.—Private John Keough, company E, wounded, hand, severe, accident. ..."

3. The Romance of Commerce by Harry Gordon Selfridge (1918)
"Four of his sons were merchants, two of them hoHing the office of Lord Mayor of York ; of these two the elder was ancestor of Lord Wenlock and of General ..."

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