Definition of Hommocks

1. Noun. (plural of hommock) ¹



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Definition of Hommocks

1. hommock [n] - See also: hommock

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hommocks

hominizations
hominize
hominized
hominizes
hominizing
hominoid
hominoids
hominum
hominy
hominy grits
homish
hommage
homme
hommes
hommock
hommocks (current term)
hommocky
hommos
hommoses
hommus
homo milk
homo oeconomicus
homo politicus
homoaconitate hydratase
homoalanine
homoallyl
homoallylamine
homoallylamines
homoallylglycine

Literary usage of Hommocks

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1. Publications by English Dialect Society (1894)
"Vide hommocks. ... hommocks [om-uks], sb. (i) An overgrown, slatternly girl. N'hamp. (2) The feet. SE. Wore. ..."

2. The Exiles of Florida, Or, The Crimes Committed by Our Government Against by Joshua Reed Giddings (1858)
"But the allies were cautious; they passed from swamps, through hommocks, and over prairies, constantly keeping too far in advance of our army to incur any ..."

3. Report on the Geology and Agriculture of the State of Mississippi by Eugene Woldemar Hilgard (1860)
"Thereafter, we meet with no more shell banks or hommocks, up to the mouth ... An exception to the general character of the sand "hommocks" of this region. ..."

4. Biography and History of the Indians of North America: From Its First Discovery by Samuel Gardner Drake (1851)
"At about 3 miles from their camp, they fell upon a large Indian trail, which led through two dense hommocks, and over two creeks, into а large field, ..."

5. The Book of the Indians; Or, Biography and History of the Indians of North by Samuel Gardner Drake (1841)
"At about 3 miles from their camp, they fell upon a large Indian trail, which led through two dense hommocks, and over two creeks, into a large field, ..."

6. Where to Emigrate and why: Homes and Fortunes in the Boundless West and the by Frederick Bartlett Goddard (1869)
"... constitute the finest upland farms in the State, when the locality is free from liability to wash. Between the bottom hommocks and the next bottom and ..."

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